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  • 1. Andrew Franklin
    0822232
    Research Plan
  • 2. Improving Inequality in Prehospital Opioid Analgesia in Paediatrics Administered by Paramedics
  • 3. Background
    21.9% receive analgesia in the prehospital setting
    79.4% treated with analgesics in the ED
  • 4. Review of Existing Research
    Majority of studies cite pain
    caused by IV or IM injection as
    a major barrier to opioid
    analgesia in paediatrics.
  • 5. Research Question
    Would the use of intranasal opioids administered by paramedics improve the inequality of paediatric analgesia in the prehospital setting?
  • 6. Design - Quantitative
    Method – Survey
    This approach is chosen as the results can then be described and explained in a statistical form and expressed in a percentage.
    Surveys can be can be compared,
    contrasted and correlated.
    In this approach the results will be
    logical, based on fact and also based on precise observations that may be repeated by others.
  • 7. Data Analysis
    Univariate analysis will be used as this study is a level II Non-experimental descriptive design.
    Univariate analysis uses a single variable and is the simplest form of quantitative analysis.
    Ideal for this study as data collected from survey uses a Likert Scale
    Attributes for each variable use the same answers on the Likert Scale
  • 8. Expected Outcome
    This research will seek to improvethe inequality in prehospital paediatric analgesia if the outcome indicates that a non painful opioid administration route such as the intranasal route is needed thereby justifying change.
  • 9. References
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    [Untitled image of nurse holding needle]. (n.d.) Retrieved February 6, 2011 from http://outofafrica2010.wordpress.com/2010/07/24/a-little-bit-of-needle/

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