How can a researcher prioritize their research findings to determine which studies are stronger or weaker in relation to a particular problem or practice-based challenge?

Answer each question individually, title each answer such as W4D1 W4D2 ect. Use citations given and include in text citations
W4D1
In the process of gathering literature for establishing evidence-based practices, one may come across a wide variety of studies including journal articles, gray literature, case studies, conversations with other professionals and so forth. How can a researcher prioritize their research findings to determine which studies are stronger or weaker in relation to a particular problem or practice-based challenge?
If you include an established hierarchy or model in your response, be sure to include a citation and reference to the original source within your response.
W4D2
You have recently joined an organization that is struggling with its bottom line outcomes and is standing to lose significant money in the coming months if the metrics do not improve. Given the materials you’ve read and explored this week and throughout this course, what recommendations would you offer to senior leadership to improve these metrics?
In addressing this question, consider an organizational setting common to your field of study Psy.D in criminal justice.
Hall, H., & Roussell, L.A. (2017). Evidence-based practice: An integrative approach to research, administration, and practice. 2nd Ed. Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.
Chapters 8
• Avorn, J., & Fischer, M. (2010). ‘Bench to behavior’: Translating comparative effectiveness research into improved clinical practice. Health Affairs, 29(10), 1891-1900
Barends, E., Rousseau, D.M., & Briner, R.B. (2014). Evidence-based management: The basic principles. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Center for Evidence-Based Management. Retrieved from https://www.cebma.org/wp-content/uploads/Evidence-Based-Practice-The-Basic-Principles.pdf
W5D1
Based on the assigned readings, what are two of the most challenging aspects of implementing evidence-based practices from an administrative perspective?
What do the readings suggest to mitigate these challenges?
W5D2
Which stakeholder would you consider to be most important for evidence-based practice to be successful? Provide support for your selection from course materials and/or outside references.
Hall, H., & Roussell, L.A. (2017). Evidence-based practice: An integrative approach to research, administration, and practice. 2nd Ed. Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.
Aarons, G. A., Sommerfeld, D. H., Hecht, D. B., Silovsky, J. F., & Chaffin, M. J. (2009). The impact of evidence-based practice implementation and fidelity monitoring on staff turnover: Evidence for a protective effect. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 77, 270-280. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2742697/
Aarons, G. A., Wells, R. S., Zagursky, K., Fettes, D. L., & Palinkas, L. A. (2009). Implementing evidence-based practice in community mental health agencies: A multiple stakeholder analysis. American Journal of Public Health, 99, 2087-2095. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2759812/
W6D1
Provide at least two resources for your peers that you believe are crucial for understanding, utilizing, and/or implementing evidence-based practices in your own field of study. You may choose a resource related to your specific real-world problem, to administrative issues, to best practices, or any other topic you deem important. Explain why you chose these two resources.
PsyD in criminal justice
W6D2
Identify three insights gained during the course relating to implementing and/or researching evidence-based practices. Be sure to include at least one macro-level insight. Describe your desired role in the human services after graduation and how each insight will improve your practice.
Morris Library, Southern Illinois University (2018, January 16). Evidence-based practice tutorial. Retrieved from http://libguides.lib.siu.edu/evidence_based_practice
• Step 3: Assess the validity and usefulness of the search results
Spring, B., Walker, B., Brownson, R., Mullen, E., Newhouse, R., Satterfield, J., & Hitchcock, K. (2008). Definition and competencies for evidence-based behavioral practice (EBBP). Counsel for Training in Evidence-Based Behavioral Practice. Evanston, IL. Retrieved from http://www.integralsocialwork.com/wp-content/uploads/nis.pdf

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