write a search strategy nurse or nursing or health care professional Date Research Topic Role of the Nurse in Increasing Awareness of Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease in Primary Care Introduction This topic area is significant as it touches on key roles of nurses in primary care. The topic area the importance of awareness in cardiovascular disease prevention which is a key role of nurses. Search Strategy Aim of Research The core aim of these research is to identify how nursing primary care awareness creation can help reduce occurrence cardiovascular diseases Key concepts Synonyms/alternative terminology(consider regional variations here also) – combine using OR Awareness or Being informed about something or being familiar with something Cardiovascular Disease or Diseases affecting blood vessels especially arteries thus, hindering he normal flow of blood. Prevention or Hinder something from happening to avert something associated with certain risk factors Eligibility criteria related to the topic (these are informed by your knowledge prior to conducting the search) To enhance my knowledge in the topic, I will review existing literature to understand the main concepts associated with the role of uses in creating awareness and prevention of cardiovascular diseases in primary care. I will also use internet sources to carry out more research on the topic. in order to improve my knowledge on cardiovascular diseases awareness and prevention in primary care. Furthermore, I will review previous researches on the topic so as to identify their findings. Details of search in CINAHL Number of hits Details of key resources and actions taken Awareness or Being informed about something or being familiar with something or Prevention or Hinder something from happening to avert something associated with certain risk factors Cardiovascular Disease or Diseases affecting blood vessels especially arteries thus, hindering he normal flow of blood. 34, 176 34, 47, 79 Year in review in Intensive Care Medicine 2011. II. Cardiovascular, infections, pneumonia and sepsis, critical care organization and outcome, education, ultrasonography, metabolism and coagulation (Includes abstract) Antonelli, M., Bonten, M., Chastre, J., Citerio, G., Conti, G., Curtis, J.R., De Backer, D., Hedenstierna, G., Joannidis, M., Macrae, D. and Mancebo, J., 2012. Year in review in Intensive Care Medicine 2011. II. Cardiovascular, infections, pneumonia and sepsis, critical care organization and outcome, education, ultrasonography, metabolism and coagulation. 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(Includes abstract) Le, K.Y., Sohail, M.R., Friedman, P.A., Uslan, D.Z., Cha, S.S., Hayes, D.L., Wilson, W.R., Steckelberg, J.M. and Baddour, L.M., 2011. Mayo Cardiovascular Infections Study Group et al. Clinical predictors of cardiovascular implantable electronic device-related infective endocarditis. Pacing Clin Electrophysiol, 34, pp.450-459. SOURCED FULL TEXT Impact of timing of device removal on mortality in patients with cardiovascular implantable electronic device infections. (Includes abstract) Nienaber, J. J. C., Kusne, S., Riaz, T., Walker, R. C., Baddour, L. M., Wright, A. J., … & Lahr, B. D, 2013. Clinical Manifestations and Management of Left Ventricular Assist Device–Associated Infections.Clinical infectious diseases, 57(10), 1438-1448. SOURCED FULL TEXT Risk factors associated with early- versus late-onset implantable cardioverter-defibrillator infections. (Includes abstract) Sohail, M.R., Hussain, S., Le, K.Y., Dib, C., Lohse, C.M., Friedman, P.A., Hayes, D.L., Uslan, D.Z., Wilson, W.R., Steckelberg, J.M. and Baddour, L.M., 2011. Risk factors associated with early-versus late-onset implantable cardioverter-defibrillator infections. Journal of interventional cardiac electrophysiology, 31(2), pp.171-183. SOURCED FULL TEXT Description of database limits (e.g. publication dates, age, gender, language) Published Date: 200-20151345; English Language; Peer Reviewed; Research Article Number of hits after limits were applied to final search 123 Inclusion criteria (describe here the factors which led you to include the articles that you chose in your final review. Inclusion criteria relate to your original eligibility criteria but reflect the changes in your thinking as you reviewed the literature) Fully explains CVD causes Recommends ways to avert CVD Explains THE Role of nurses in prevention and awareness of CVD in primary care. Exclusion criteria (describe here the factors which led you to exclude specific articles that you chose in your final review) Lack of depth information. Do not cover the cardiovascular disease exclusively ~~~For this or similar assignment papers~~~