Evidence-Based Practice - 9781601466068

Un libro in lingua di Lorenz Joan Monchak RN Beyea Suzanne C. Slattery Mary Jo edito da Hcpro Inc, 2009

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Quick-E Pro: Evidence-Based Practice: A Guide for Nurses

Suzanne C. Beyea, RN, PhD, FAAN; Joan Monchak Lorenz, MSN, RN, PMHCNS-BC; Mary Jo Slattery, RN, MS

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Shift to evidence-based practice

Quick-E! Pro Evidence-Based Practice: A Guide for Nurses is designed to help you better understand evidence-based practice and how to insert it into every shift. This one-of-a-kind resource will walk you through how to find evidence, critique literature, and make practice based on evidence a top priority for you and your organization.

Table of contents

Chapter 1: What is Evidence-Based Practice?
Chapter 2: Creating a Culture of Evidence-Based Practice
Chapter 3: Choosing a Model and Identifying a Question
Chapter 4: Gathering and Evaluating Evidence
Chapter 5: Independent Searches
Chapter 6: Sharing the Results
Appendix A: Guidelines for Journal Clubs
Appendix B: Process for Evaluating Internet Sources
Appendix C: Basic Research Designs

Learning objectives:
  • Explain evidence-based practice
  • Describe how evidence-based practice contributes to improved patient outcomes
  • Discuss the resources needed for conducting EBP projects
  • Examine strategies for creating a culture of EBP
  • Identify various models of evidence-based practice
  • Examine how models help structure EBP
  • Discuss ways to get started with asking a question
  • Discuss best practices for finding evidence
  • Describe how to conduct a literature critique
  • List online sources for evidence
  • Evaluate various online sources of evidence
  • Discuss best practices for sharing EBP information

Intended audience
  • Bedside caregivers and staff nurses
  • Nurse managers and leaders/charge nurses
  • Staff educators/education directors/development specialists

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