Role of Research and the Importance of the Searchable Clinical Question (graded) The practice of nursing is deeply rooted in nursing knowledge, and nursing knowledge is generated and disseminated through reading, using, and creating nursing research. Professional nurses rely on research findings to inform their practice decisions; they use critical thinking to apply research directly to specific patient care situations. The research process allows nurses to ask and answer questions systematically that will ensure that decisions are based on sound science and rigorous inquiry. Nursing research helps nurses in a variety of settings answer questions about patient care, education, and administration. As you contemplate your role in the research process, read the following article. Kumar, S. (2015). Type 1 diabetes mellitus-common cases. Indian Journal of Endocrinology & Metabolism, 19,S76–S77. doi:10.4103/2230-8210.155409. The link to the article may be found in the Syllabus, or this week’s Assignments page. Choose one case study, and formulate one searchable, clinical question in the PICO (T) format. There are several potential questions that could be asked. Identify whether the focus of your question is assessment, etiology, treatment, or prognosis. Remember to integrate references. week 2 Search for Literature and Levels of Evidence (graded) Reflect on your practice, and identify a significant nursing clinical issue or change project that you would like to search for evidence in online sources. Formulate searchable, clinical questions in the PICO(T) format for your nursing clinical issue. Next, review the guidelines for the PICOT/Evidence Appraisal Assignment due Week 3. Use your PICOT elements to search for one report of single, original study that has been published within the last 5 years from the CCN Library that is relevant to your nursing clinical issue. Briefly describe how it is relevant to your nursing clinical issue. Remember to give a complete reference to the study. Post your PICOT and research article in this discussion.