Can mindfulness base on CBT help mothers with ASD children to manage their stress and anxiety?

 

Provide a 3500 word desk based Literature Review based on one of the following options: Either:
1. The research process – Define and describe a problem.
A literature review of research and evidence that provides a background and justification of the chosen research question.
Or
2. Evidence based practice – Acquire, Appraise, Analyse
Identify a specific area of your own practice that could be improved or changed. Critically appraise the literature and evidence that informs this practice and
justify the reasons why this could be improved or requires change.
You will provide a 3500 word desk based literature review. Desk-based research (also known as secondary research) involves the summary and synthesis of
existing research rather than primary research, in which data are collected from research subjects or experiments.
You may choose one of two options. The option you select will be continued into the following module Research and Evidence in Practice. It is not
anticipated that you would change your chosen pathway.
This will presented in ONE of the following ways:
a) The research process – define and describe a problem
Literature Review
A literature review of research and evidence that provides a background and justification of the chosen research question.
3.Format and content guidance
Below is a suggested guideline to provide a framework for your final summative assignment:
1. Title Include an appropriate title, question or topic area heading.
2. Abstract (250 words, not included in the word count) Your abstract should be a brief summary of your work and:
• identify the purpose of your purpose
• describe the problem area
• explain your methods
• describe any results
• provide a conclusion
3.Introduction (500-800 words)
Possible subheadings could include:
• What is research or what is evidence based practice? Include a brief definition and explain the importance for health and social care practice.
• Provide an overview of the topic
• Describe the work context or the practice are that will be considered in relation to the topic
• Provide a justification or rationale to explain why the topic is important for this particular area of practice.
• Describe any local key performance indicators, quality improvement indicators, strategies or policies.
4.Methods (500 words)
This section should provide a brief overview of whether it is focusing on research or evidence based practice with a rationale or justification of why this
pathway was chosen.
You should provide a brief overview of where you will source your research/evidence, including search terms you may have used. You should provide
justification of why you have made the decisions.
Possible subheadings could include:
Types of evidence/research to be included. The research pathway should include research articles only and the evidence pathway should include a wide
range of evidence that may include research articles relevant to the chosen area.
Sources of evidence/research
Search strategy (including search terms, any limitations e.g. year, date)
Critical appraisal of quality including an overview of the tool you will use and why critical appraisal of evidence/research is important.
5.Results (800-1000 words)
This section should provide:
• An overview of the evidence/research you have found (possibly in table format)
• A brief narrative of the evidence/research that was found and the appraisal of its quality. Was the quality good or poor and why?
6.Analysis (1000 words)
This section should consider the common themes that emerged from the evidence/research.
You may wish to use these themes as headings and then discuss each theme and how it relates to the topic.
You may wish to critical analyse how the quality may impact what the piece of evidence/research says about a particular theme, especially if an article of
poor quality says something different to other sources.
7.Discussion – 500-800 words
Research focus: may include a discussion about the gaps in knowledge that you have found in the research, the lack of quantitative research [or qualitative]
research or lack of research into a specific theme or area.
8. Conclusion
9.Reference List (not included in the word count)
10.Appendices (not included in the word count))

1. Research question: can mindfulness base on CBT help mothers with ASD children to manage their stress and anxiety?

2. Aims: The aim of this research is to investigate if mindfulness is a viable method in reducing the stress and challenges faced by Mothers with
children suffering from ASD. Ultimately, to see how effective mindfulness could be with helping the mothers cope with stress.

3. Pathway: The question will be investigated by choosing Literature Review base onSecondary data ( is one type of quantitative data that has already
been collected by someone else for a different purpose to yours.) pathway.

4. Rationale: This research has assessed the effects of providing mindfulness-based positive behaviour support (MBPBS) training to couples with ASD
children. Furthermore, this paper has used a secondary data which was based on case studies. The purpose of this research is to help with the stress and
anxiety of couples who have children suffering from ASD in order to cope with their problems better.

5. Context: Children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) may present their parents with a number of challenges, most notably aggressive and
destructive behaviours (Kanne and Mazurek 2011; Matson and Nebel-Schwalm 2007). It has been hypothesized that aggressive and destructive behaviours of
individuals with ASD may be caused by frustration due to their communication deficits, underdeveloped theory of mind (Dominick, Davis, Lainhart, Tager-
Flusberg, and Folstein 2007), faulty emotion regulation, or faulty control mechanism for expressing anger (Attwood 2008).
6. It might also be that these behaviours could be an expression of underlying psychiatric conditions, such as mood disorder or anxiety, which are
often comorbid with ASD. If untreated, these behaviours can become more severe with time, interfere with the individuals’ learning and socialization,
resulting in exclusion at school, and impede their full participation in the community (Horner, Carr, Strain, Todd, and Reed 2002). This parental stress is
above and beyond the stress parents of children with ASD experience when compared to parents in the general population as well as those that have
children with other disabilities (Estes et al. 2009). Challenging behaviours (e.g., aggression, physical and verbal disruption, and property destruction) are a
likely contributing factors in additional stress felt by these parents, because the severity of such behaviours is highest among children and adolescents with
ASD (Brereton, Tonge, and Einfeld 2006; Estes et al. 2009). Furthermore, there is some evidence to suggest that there is a bidirectional relationship
between the children’s challenging behaviours and parental stress (Lecavalier, Leone, and Wiltz 2006; McGrath 2013; Neece, Green, and Baker 2012).
7. The paper study, has interested in evaluating the effectiveness of mindfulness-based cognitive behavioural therapy.

1. Reading for Unit 3: End of Unit Activity 12 items
1. An investigation into adolescents’ experience of cognitive behavioural therapy within a child and adolescent mental health service – D. Donnellan,
C. Murray, J. Harrison 01/04/2013
Article

2. (Re)constructing Myself: the process of transition to motherhood for women with a disability – Denise Lawler, Cecily Begley, Joan Lalor 07/2015
Article

3. Navigating the Challenges of Trauma Counselling: How Counsellors Thrive and Sustain Their Engagement – Joycelyn Ling, Sally V. Hunter, Myfanwy
Maple03/04/2014
Article

4. Adult Service-Users’ Experiences of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – Charlotte Lowe, Craig Murray 12/2014
Article

5. Cultural values and attitudes towards guidance and counselling services in one secondary school in Malaysia: the role of a school cultural system –
Nurul Ain MohdDaud, Tim Bond 11/2013
Article

6. Perioperative nursing in public university hospitals: an ethnography – Erik ElgaardSørensen, Ida Østrup Olsen, Marianne Tewes, Lisbeth Uhrenfeldt
12/2014
Article

7. Putting chronic illness ‘in place’. Women immigrants’ accounts of their health care – Isabel Dyck 1995-8
Article

8. Negotiating motherhood: the struggles of teenage mothers – Barbara Hanna 07/05/2001
Article

9. Symbolic interactionism and the study of sexuality – Monica A. Longmore 01/1998
Article

10. Participatory Action Research in Public Mental Health and a School of Nursing: Qualitative Findings from an Academic-Community Partnership 23
February 2011
Article

11. Critical Realist Ethnography: The Case of Racism and Professionalism in a Medical Setting – Sam Porter 01/11/1993
Article

12. A qualitative study of nursing student experiences of clinical practice – Farkhondeh Sharif, Sara Masoumi 2005
Article

2. Study Skills/Literature Searching & Critical Review/Appraisal 21 items
1. Recommended Reading 2 items
1. How to do a systematic literature review in nursing: a step-by-step guide – Josette Bettany-Saltikov 2012 (electronic resource)
Book

2. The good study guide – Andrew Northedge 2005 (electronic resource)
Book
2. Suggested Reading 9 items
1. Guideline Essentials – How a guideline is created
Webpage

2. Doing a literature review in health and social care: a practical guide – Helen Aveyard 2014 (electronic resource)
Book

3. Searching skills toolkit: finding the evidence – Caroline De Brún, Nicola Pearce-Smith 2014 (electronic resource)
Book

4. How to read a paper: the basics of evidence-based medicine – Trisha Greenhalgh 2014 (electronic resource)
Book

5. Developing NICE guidelines: the manual
Webpage You can download the PDF from this Webpage

6. Types of guideline
Webpage

7. Evidence-based clinical practice in nursing and health care: assimilating research, experience and expertise – Alan Pearson, John Field, Zoe
Jordan 2007(electronic resource)
Book
8. Nursing and midwifery research: methods and appraisal for evidence-based practice – Zevia Schneider c2013 (electronic resource)
Book

9. Reviewing research evidence for nursing practice: systematic reviews – Christine Webb, Brenda H. Roe 2007 (electronic resource)
Book
3. Critical Appraisal of Research 7 items
1. Critical Appraisal Checklists 2015
Webpage
2. CASP Tools & Checklists
Webpage

3. Reporting guidelines for main study types
Webpage

4. John Hopkins Appraisal Tools
Webpage

5. Mixed Methods Appraisal Tool (MMAT)
Webpage

6. Critical appraisal: Notes and checklists
Webpage

7. How to critically appraise an article – J. Young, M. Solomon 2009
Webpage Click on ‘How-to-critically-appraise-an-article.pdf’ to download the pdf.

4. Critical Appraisal of Evidence (Non-Research) 3 items
1. Evidence Rating – Association of periOperative Registered Nurses
Webpage Please download the PDF of the AORN Non-research evidence appraisal tool

2. Non-research evidence appraisal tools
Webpage You can view the image of the tool in the ‘Tool’ Section and clicking on Non-research evidence appraisal tools (app. F)

3. Advanced evaluation | Library Services | Open University
Webpage Please download the pdf titled ‘detailed explanation’.
3. Evidence Based Practice 36 items
1. Recommended Reading 2 items
1. A beginner’s guide to evidence based practice in health and social care professions – Helen Aveyard, Pam Sharp 2009 (electronic resource)
Book New editions are available

2. Introducing research and evidence-based practice for nurses and healthcare professionals – Jeremy Jolley 2013 (electronic resource)
Book
2. Suggested Reading 17 items
1. Developing and delivering practice-based evidence: a guide for the psychological therapies – Michael Barkham, Gillian E. Hardy, John Mellor-Clark
2010(electronic resource)
Book

2. Evaluating the impact of implementing evidence-based practice – Debra Bick, Ian D. Graham 2013 (electronic resource)
Book

3. Finding and evaluating evidence: systematic reviews and evidence-based practice – Denise E. Bronson, Tamara S. Davis c2012 (electronic
resource)
Book

4. Home – CEBM
Website

5. Cochrane | Trusted evidence. Informed decisions. Better health.
Website

6. Evidence-based interventions for social work in health care – Marcia Egan 2010 (electronic resource)
Book

7. Evidence-based practice with emotionally troubled children and adolescents – Morley D. Glicken c2009 (electronic resource)
Book

8. Evidence-based social work: a critical stance – Mel Gray, Debbie Plath, Stephen A. Webb c2009 (electronic resource)
Book

9. Evidence-based practice across the health professions – Tammy Hoffmann, Sally Bennett, Chris Del Mar c2010 (electronic resource)
Book

10. Nurse to nurse: evidence-based practice – June H. Larrabee 2009 (electronic resource)
Book

11. Systematic reviews in the social sciences: a practical guide – Mark Petticrew, Helen Roberts 2006 (electronic resource)
Book

12. Mental health social work: evidence-based practice – Colin Pritchard 2006 (electronic resource)
Book

13. Foundations of evidence-based social work practice – Kenneth Yeager, Albert R. Roberts 2006 (electronic resource)
Book

14. What works in probation and youth justice: developing evidence-based practice – Ros Burnett, Colin Roberts 2004 (electronic resource)
Book

15. Evidence in mental health care – Stefan Priebe, Mike Slade 2002 (electronic resource)
Book

16. Evidence-based practice for occupational therapists – M. Clare Taylor 2000 (e-book)
Book

17. Evidence-based practice: a critical appraisal – Liz Trinder, Shirley Reynolds 2000 (electronic resource)
Book
3. Research 17 items
1. Recommended Reading 3 items
1. Research proposals: a practical guide – Martyn Denscombe 2012 (electronic resource)
Book

2. The good research guide: for small scale research projects – Martyn Denscombe 2014 (electronic resource)
Book

3. Introducing research and evidence-based practice for nurses and healthcare professionals – Jeremy Jolley 2013 (electronic resource)
Book

2. Suggested Reading 14 items
1. Doing your research project: a guide for first-time researchers in education, health and social science – Judith Bell 2010 (electronic resource)
Book

2. Home – CEBM
Website

3. Cochrane | Trusted evidence. Informed decisions. Better health.
Website

4. Research proposals: a practical guide – Martyn Denscombe 2012 (electronic resource)
Book

5. The good research guide: for small scale research projects – Martyn Denscombe 2014 (electronic resource)
Book

6. Doing practitioner research – Mark Fox, Gill Green, Peter Martin 2007 (electronic resource)
Book

7. Doing counselling research – John McLeod, Ebooks Corporation 2003 (electronic resource)
Book

8. Research methods – Patrick McNeill, Steve Chapman c2005 (electronic resource)
Book

9. Understanding and evaluating research in applied clinical settings – George A. Morgan, Jeffrey A. Gliner, Robert John Harmon, Jeffrey A. Gliner
2006(electronic resource)
Book

10. Making sense of research in nursing, health and social care – Pam Moule 2015
Book Earlier edition in stock.
11. Research for evidence-based practice in healthcare – Robert Newell, Philip Burnard 2010 (electronic resource)
Book

12. A survival guide for health research methods – Tracy Ross 2012 (electronic resource)
Book

13. First steps in practitioner research: a guide to understanding and doing research in counselling and health and social care – Pete Sanders, Paul
Wilkins 2010
Book

14. Cognitive-behavioural therapy: research and practice in health and social care – Brian Sheldon 2011 (electronic resource)
Book

4. Recommended sources of information 13 items
1. NICE | The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
Website Provides Clinical Guidelines for the UK, Google the Clinical Guidelines for your Country of Residence

2. Publications | The King’s Fund
Webpage

3. Royal College of Nursing | The voice of nursing in the UK
Website

4. WHO | World Health Organization
Article

5. Public Health England – GOV.UK
Webpage Google the Public Health websites for your Country of Residence
6. The Health Foundation
Website

7. NICE Evidence Search
Website

8. Home – CEBM
Website

9. Searching the internet – University of Derby
Webpage This webpage provides instruction on how to use ProQuest

10. Allied and Complementary Medicine Database (AMED) | Alternative Medicine Research | EBSCO
Webpage

11. Nursing – LibGuides at University of Derby
Webpage Click on the Database Tab to access the CINAHL Database and PsychARTICLES database

12. Scopus – Login
Webpage
13. Do a Google search for Government Policy for your Country of Residence
5. Journals 26 items
1. British Journal of Social Work – Archive of all online content by date
Article

2. Journal of Child & Adolescent Mental Health
Journal

3. Child & Family Social Work
Journal

4. Home | Cochrane Library
Website

5. Evidence-Based Nursing – BMJ Journals
Website

6. Health Services Research
Journal

7. Journal of Advanced Nursing
Journal

8. Journal of Children’s Services
Journal

9. Journal of Clinical Nursing
Journal

10. Journal of Health and Social Care Improvement – University of Wolverhampton
Webpage
11. Journal of Integrated Care
Journal

12. Journal of Public Mental Health
Journal
13. Journal of Social Work
Journal
14. Leadership in Health Services
Journal

15. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing
Journal

16. Research on Social Work Practice
Journal

17. Research, Policy and Planning: The Journal of the Social Services Research Group | Social Services Research Group
Webpage

18. Health & Social Work
Journal

19. International Journal of Integrated Care
Webpage
20. International Social Work
Journal

21. Health & Social Care in the Community
Journal

22. the Cognitive Behaviour Therapist
Journal
23. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research
Journal

24. International Journal of Psychology and Counselling – 2016 archive
Webpage

25. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling
Journal

6. Books you may wish to Purchase 2 items
1. The literature review: six steps to success – Lawrence A. Machi, Brenda T. McEvoy c2012
Book

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2. Doing your literature review: traditional and systematic techniques – Jill Jesson, Lydia Matheson, Fiona M. Lacey 2011
Book