Evidence-Based Practice, An Issue of Nursing Clinics

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Overview

The idea of evidence-based practice for nursing has grown out of the evidence based medicine movement. Evidence-based practice requires nurses to learn new skills in order to use a different process for clinical decision making. Nursing is gradually building its base of knowledge. More and more clinical intervention studies are being conducted and published in the literature. This comprehensive new issue of Nursing Clinics, Guest Edited by Alyce Schultz, explores this new movement and where it is leading nurses. It includes topics such as: Creating an Evidence-Based Practice Mentoring Program within an Academic Medical Center, Renewing the Spirit of Nursing By Embracing Evidence-Based Practice, and Evidence-Based Policies and Procedures.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781437705089
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 3/11/2009
  • Series: Clinics: Nursing Series
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface Alyce A. Schultz xv

Unique Partnership and Collaborative Arrangements

Evidence Equals Excellence: The Application of an Evidence-Based Practice Model in an Academic Medical Center Karen Balakas Patricia Potter Elizabeth Pratt Gail Rea Jennifer Williams 1

A Collaborative Approach to Building the Capacity for Research and Evidence-Based Practice in Community Hospitals Barbara B. Brewer Melanie A. Brewer Alyce A. Schultz 11

Development of an Evidence-Based Practice and Research Collaborative Among Urban Hospitals Susan Mace Weeks June Marshall Paulette Burns 27

Renewing the Spirit of Nursing: Embracing Evidence-Based Practice in a Rural State Ann E. Sossong Sue Cullen Paula Theriault Alanna Stetson Barbara Higgins Sarina Roche Sue Ellis-Hermansen Dorrin Patillo 33

Implementing a Health System-Wide Evidence-Based Practice Educational Program to Reach Nurses with Various Levels of Experience and Educational Preparation Teri Britt Pipe Jane A. Timm Marcelline R. Harris Doreen K. Frusti Sharon Tucker Jaqueline M. Attlesey-Pries Katherine Brady-Schluttner Julie Neumann J. Wayne Street Diane Twedell Marianne Olson Gina Long Cindy Scherb 43

Evidence-Based Practice at the Point-of-Care

Promotion of Safe Outcomes: Incorporating Evidence into Policies and Procedures Lisa English Long Karen Burkett Susan McGee 57

Staff Nurses Creating Safe Passage with Evidence-Based Practice Dora Bradley John F. Dixon 71

A Nursing Quality Program Driven by Evidence-Based Practice Jacqueline J. Anderson Marilyn Mokracek Cheryl N. Lindy 83

Development and Implementation of an Inductive Model for Evidence-Based Practice: A Grassroots Approach for Building Evidence-BasedPractice Capacity in Staff Nurses Tania D. Strout Kelly Lancaster Alyce A. Schultz 93

Effect of a Preoperative Instructional Digital Video Disc on Patient Knowledge and Preparedness for Engaging in Postoperative Care Activities Joe Ong Pamela S. Miller Renee Appleby Rebecca Allegretto Anna Gawlinski 103

The Clinical Scholar Model: Evidence-Based Practive at the Bedside Cynthia Honess Paulette Gallant Kathleen Keane 117

Using Evidence to Improve Care for the Vulnerable Neonatal Population Cheryl A. Lefaiver Phyllis Lawlor-Klean Rosanna Welling Jean Smith Laura Waszak Wendy Tuzik Micek 131

From the Bedside to the Boardroom: Resuscitating the Use of Nursing Research Carol Mulvenon M. Kathleen Brewer 145

Index 153

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