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Exploring evidence-based practice research

Exploring evidence-based practice research on the horizon Exploring evidence-based practice research By Jolinda Chrisman, ASN, RN; Rita Jordan, MSN, RN; Charlotte Davis, BSN, RN, CCRN; and Wanda Williams, MSN, APRN Evidence-based practice (EBP) is the When you incorporate up-to-date informa- process of collecting, processing, and im- tion from new EBP research, you’ll be able to plementing research fi ndings to improve question current practices. You may ask clinical practice, the work environment, or questions such as, “Are my current nursing patient outcomes. According to the Ameri- interventions the most effective or safest for can Nurses Association (ANA), nursing in- my patients?” or “Could we utilize these new terventions should be practical, methodical EBP interventions in my work area?” Nurses decisions based on EBP research studies. committed to EBP will compare current pro- Utilizing the EBP approach to nursing prac- fessional and clinical practices with new tice helps us provide the highest quality research facts and outcomes as they emerge. and most cost-effi cient patient care possi- To meet the 2020 goal, nurses must ble. Here we’ll discuss the key characteris- become profi cient in evaluating various tics of EBP relating to nursing research. types of EBP research because they pro- vide effective, proven http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Nursing Made Incredibly Easy! Wolters Kluwer Health

Exploring evidence-based practice research

Nursing Made Incredibly Easy! , Volume 12 (4) – Jul 1, 2014

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Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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1544-5186
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1552-2032
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10.1097/01.NME.0000450295.93626.e7
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on the horizon Exploring evidence-based practice research By Jolinda Chrisman, ASN, RN; Rita Jordan, MSN, RN; Charlotte Davis, BSN, RN, CCRN; and Wanda Williams, MSN, APRN Evidence-based practice (EBP) is the When you incorporate up-to-date informa- process of collecting, processing, and im- tion from new EBP research, you’ll be able to plementing research fi ndings to improve question current practices. You may ask clinical practice, the work environment, or questions such as, “Are my current nursing patient outcomes. According to the Ameri- interventions the most effective or safest for can Nurses Association (ANA), nursing in- my patients?” or “Could we utilize these new terventions should be practical, methodical EBP interventions in my work area?” Nurses decisions based on EBP research studies. committed to EBP will compare current pro- Utilizing the EBP approach to nursing prac- fessional and clinical practices with new tice helps us provide the highest quality research facts and outcomes as they emerge. and most cost-effi cient patient care possi- To meet the 2020 goal, nurses must ble. Here we’ll discuss the key characteris- become profi cient in evaluating various tics of EBP relating to nursing research. types of EBP research because they pro- vide effective, proven

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Published: Jul 1, 2014

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