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Learning Goal: I’m working on a business discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Student Response #1: Please write a 250 word response A researcher my examine their surroundings to find a researchable problem. The examination may lead the researcher to an issue that is systematic in nature, resulting in their decision to research an area further with the goal of adding knowledge or process to the issue. One must have a profound understanding of a dissertation topic to develop a solid framework for the dissertation topic (James & Slater, 2014). Literature review is the most effective way to obtain the profound understanding necessary. This process will provide the researcher with fundamental knowledge to move forward. To apply this concept to my doctoral journey I will need to begin the literature review on health care worker burn out, this will give me the foundation needed to expand on my topic.During this process one must be sure to back statements with context, otherwise the problem statement may be viewed as an opinion. To distinguish a problem there are principles that must be met. The study’s problem supports the justification, substantiates the value, and establishes the research design (Blum & Preiss, 2005). The significance of the problem statement is the validation provides to the doctoral dissertation. One may argue against the significance of the study otherwise.ReferencesBlum, K. D. & Preiss, A. E. (2005). Strategies to win: Six-steps for creating problem statements in doctoral research. Journal of College Teaching & Learning, 2(11), 47-51.James, E.A. & Slater, T. (2014). Writing your Doctoral Dissertation or Thesis Faster: A Proven Map to Success. SAGE Publications. https://doi.org/10.4135/9781506374727 Student Response #2: Please write a 250 word responseLiving unsheltered is not conducive to living a healthy lifestyle. The unsheltered usually cannot meet their basic needs, so they are not eating healthy, drinking water, or being physical activity. This creates an environment for them to have a higher probability of acquiring medical ailments like respiratory, heart disease, and diabetes. Most homeless individuals do not have health insurance. Consequently, no assigned provider or medical home. They access health care services through the Emergency Department or Street Medicine clinics. The problem is that homeless individuals live with untreated medical conditions, resulting in premature deaths. According to Rubin (2020), research has linked living unsheltered to a greater risk of infectious and chronic diseases and a higher mortality rate. Medical research on the unsheltered is consistent that their mortality rates are significantly greater than those housed. Homeless people are especially likely to die from preventable causes (Hibbs et al., 1994). This report is not surprising since most homeless individuals do not have access to preventable healthcare services. Understanding the elements that contribute to the unsheltered population dying early is critical. Woods and Valdez (1991) stated the barriers are that many homeless people lack health insurance, obtain medical care sporadically, and are undertreated for common medical problems. My dissertation interest is exploring if continuity of care for homeless individuals accessing Street Medicine services has the potential to improve their health outcomes. References:Hibbs, J. R., Benner, L., Klugman, L., Spencer, R., Macchia, I., Mellinger, A. K., & Fife, D. (1994). Mortality in a cohort of homeless adults in Philadelphia. The New England Journal of Medicine, 331(5), 304-309. https://www.proquest.com/scholarly-journals/mortality-cohort-homeless-adults-philadelphia/docview/223983594/se-2?accountid=35812Rubin, R. (2020). Taking Medicine to the Streets to Care for Those Who Live There. The Journal of the American Medical Association, 323(8), 695.Wood, D., & Valdez, R.B. (1991). Barriers to medical care for homeless families compared with housed poor families. American Journal of Disease of Children,145(10), 1109-1115.

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