What was the primary question of your research and why did you choose this topic? 2. What are other resources organizations can provide to prevent stress and burnout? 

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Week 8 Discussion Forum: Presentation Q&A

Information to answer the 6 question

· Your questions may address some of the following topics: research sources, perspectives, the proposed solution, and obstacles related to the solutions.

Please remember in your six-question responses (#3 in my list above) to include information supported by research. This is a defense of your Signature Assignment. You should be including information from your paper/presentation including in-text citations and references. Your paragraphs should be constructed in a scholarly manner and you are welcome to use content from your paper. Please provide this information in one post with your references listed at the end of it.

David ask questions below.

Your presentation is very well done. I really enjoyed watching your presentation. It flows naturally, fluidly, and the way you organized your slides provided plenty of detailed information in regard to burnout. My following questions are as follow:

1. What was the primary question of your research and why did you choose this topic?

2. What are other resources organizations can provide to prevent stress and burnout?

3. In conclusion, what was one takeaway you gained from the research/one major point? Support your answer with information from research.

Kristine ask questions below.

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Hello Greter. This is a great topic. I would like to ask you:

1. At what age would you most likely get burned out?

2. Can being burned out have permanent psychological effect on you?

3. Is there a specific country that would most like feel the burnout at work in terms of nurses?

Remember that all question above are related to the paper that I provide you for the Power point presentation. Burnout

This is an example that the teacher gave to us how she would like the questions be response.


Here is an example of how to respond to one question. (Remember, you must answer six questions – mine or those posted from peers – in a single response.) You should list the references at the bottom of the post, after all six questions are answered.


1. What was the primary question of your research and why did you choose this topic?

Many parents lack awareness of the warning signs, prevalence, and incidence of suicidal ideations and attempts in children (Oflson et al., 2018)There is a need for bringing to light to the increasing epidemic of suicide attempts in children and adolescence. This proactive, sixty- minute psychoeducational training provided parents with information not readily available, in this concise manner or otherwise, elsewhere. While there are numerous opportunities for parents to research information regarding suicide in children, there are little to no organized and formalized trainings for parents that are in plain language and require a reasonable amount of time. Research supports that the need for increased awareness regarding this specific topic exists (Gryglewicz, Elzy, Brown, Kutash, & Karver, 2014). This capstone project helped to fulfill the need for providing education regarding suicidal risk factors and warning signs. As a result, both parents and children will benefit from this information. This yielded the capstone project primary research question for which this study was founded: for parents, how does suicide awareness training increase the knowledge of suicidal risk factors and recognition of potential warning signs in children.


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Gryglewicz, K., Elzy, M.B., Brown, R.R., Kutash, K., & Karver, M.S. (2014). It’s time to talk about it: Utilizing a community-based research approach to develop a family guide for youth suicide prevention. International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies, 5(1), 47-69.

Oflson, M., Wall, M., Wang, S., Crystal, S., Bridge, J.A., Liu, S.M. & Blanco. C. (2018). Suicide after deliberate self-harm in adolescents and young adults. Pediatrics, 141(4). doi:10.1542/peds.2017-3517

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