- From the list of selected readings below, choose two with topics that you know the least about or are most interesting to you.
- Then search for, read, and incorporate other readings of your choice in your area of interest that focus on cardiovascular diseases and/or respiratory diseases. You might include:
- 1-2 journal articles or websites
- Book chapters (past textbooks may be good options)
- Your goal is to have a total of at least 60 pages of content read.
- Your summary of each reading should be at least one paragraph (100-200 words) and include the following information:
- All references must be cited using APA Style format. Please refer to the CCCOnline APA Citation Toolkit.
- Number of pages read
- Keywords you used to find the reading
- A link to the reading
- Why you selected the reading
- Main point of the reading
- Describe how the health deviations you read about alter normal physiology.
- Provide your key takeaway from the reading. This could be something that made you pause, changed your thinking, supported your thinking, or made you question something.
- In your post for Module 2, post how your thinking has been supported or how it has changed since the last module in regards to finding reliable and valid content.
- In this same post, include an example of a medical website or resource that you think is reliable and valid. Be sure to explain why you feel it is reliable and why you think it is valid. If your peers have already posted, be sure to post a different resource or site different from that of your peers. You can build on the list of places you look to for information!
Choose two readings. All readings are available through the CCCOnline Library in CINAHL Plus With Full Text.
Caceres, B.A., Brody, A., Luscombe, R.E., Primiano, J.E., Marusca, P., Sitts, E.M., Chyun, D. (2017). A Systematic Review of Cardiovascular Disease in Sexual Minorities. American Journal of Public Health, 107(4): e13-e21. doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2016.303630
Ding, S., Huang, H., Xu, Y., Zhu, H., & Zhong, C. (2017). MiR-222 in cardiovascular diseases: Physiology and pathology. Biomed Research International, 1-6. doi:10.1155/2017/4962426
Garcia, M.C., Bastian, B., Rossen, L.M., Anderson, R., Minino, A., Yoon, P.W., Faul, M., Massetti, G., Thomas, C.C., Hong, Y, Iademarco, M.F. (2016). Potentially Preventable Deaths Among the Five Leading Causes of Death – United States, 2010 and 2014. MMWR: Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report, 65(45): 1245-1255. doi: 10.15585/mmwr.mm6545a1
Lin, Y., Ng, K., Exadaktylos, A. K., Ryan, J. M., Wu, H. (2017). Shock, cardiac arrest, and resuscitation. Biomed Research International (2017)1-2. doi:10.1155/2017/5743702
Maron, B. J., Levine, B. D., Washington, R. L., Baggish, A. L., Kovacs, R. J., & Maron, M. S. (2015). Eligibility and disqualification recommendations for competitive athletes with cardiovascular abnormalities: Task force 2: Pre-participation screening for cardiovascular disease in competitive athletes: A scientific statement from the American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology. Circulation, 132(22): e267-e272. doi:10.1161/CIR.000000000000023
Peterken, C. (2014). Smoking and respiratory disease: The role of the community nurse. Journal of Community Nursing, 28(4), 72-77.
Porcel, J. M., Statophoulos, G., & Lee, Y. C. G. (2015). Advances and controversies in pleural diseases. Journal of Thoracic Disease, 7(6), 961-963. doi:10.3978/j.issn.2072-1439.2015.04.29
Ratto Guimarães, M. V., & Rangel Teixeira, E. (2015). Family care for infants with respiratory diseases: An exploratory descriptive study. Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing, 14(3), 1-8.
Silver, P.C., Kollef, M.H., Clinkscale, D., Watts, P., Kidder ,R., Eads, B., Bennett, D., Lora, C., Quartaro, M. (2017). A Respiratory Therapist Disease Management Program for Subjects Hospitalized with COPD. Respiratory Care, 62(1), 1-9. doi: 10.4187/respcare.05030
Tickner, A., & Jensen, J. (2016). TCCs & DAMA in obese patients with lymphedema. Podiatry Management, 35(9), 77-82.
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