I know you had this PICOT question (Can the adoption of health promotion in schools prevent obesity for children and adolescents eighteen years and below as compared to other medical interventions and prevention programs?)

Role: Family Nurse Practitioner

I know you had this PICOT question (Can the adoption of health promotion in schools prevent obesity for children and adolescents eighteen years and below as compared to other medical interventions and prevention programs?), it was rejected by instructor , but this (For children and adolescents eighteen years and below (P), what is the effect of School Based Health Promotion (I) on a reduction in the incidence of obesity (O) as compared to other medical interventions (C) within a 1 year period (T)?was approved by the instructor ,
A
In this discussion, you will share your search strategies that you have employed to find evidence for your study. For this discussion:
1-State your PICOT question. Did using the terms used in this question lead you to useful research studies?
2- What MESH terms have you tried? Did they help you find additional studies? Are you finding MESH terms useful to expand or delimit your search?
3-Are you finding relevant articles? If not, how did you modify your search to increase productivity?
4- Indicate which databases you used—those you found useful and those that were not.
5- What levels of evidence do the studies you are finding represent?
B
1-Write a narrative that describes your search of the literature for evidence, which includes:( (one page)
List of the names of the databases you searched
If limited to a span of time, i.e., less than 5 years old
2-Using the appropriate Rapid Clinical Appraisal Tools, appraise two or three articles and add the information to your Evaluation Table
3- Provide the Evaluation Table with two studies appraised and the Search Tracker for feedback on your search strategies.

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