An abstract of an research direct improvement project based on the paper provided. 250 words.

The abstract is an accurate, nonevaluative, concise summary or synopsis of the project. It is not an introduction, and is usually the last thing written. The purpose of the abstract is to assist future investigators in accessing the evidence-based materials and other vital information contained in the practice improvement project. The abstract is a concise statement of the nature of the project and content of the practice improvement project. The content of the abstract covers the problem statement, clinical questions, methodology, design, data analysis procedures, location, sample, theoretical foundations, results, and implications.