This book should provide graduate nursing students with the knowledge to evaluate research evidence and use it in practice. With the increasing focus on EBP, this book should serve as a useful resource." Score: 100, 5 stars. --Doody's
This book would be useful for both graduate nursing students and practicing nurses."--Doody's Medical Reviews
The second edition of this award-winning reference on formulating, achieving, and sustaining evidence-based practice (EBP) through clinical research updates all prior content and includes two new chapters on establishing and sustaining an evidence-based practice and environment, and how a research question drives the selection of research design, measurement, and analysis. Also featured are cutting-edge discussions of translational science and interprofessional research plus the contributions of several new authors.
Designed for use by graduate students, clinical administrators, and managers and in DNP programs and in-service education, the text offers practical methods to translate evidence into practice by effectively using and appraising clinical studies. It presents research concepts in a clear, conversational tone and addresses the most current knowledge about how nurses can learn to formulate and achieve EBP as clinicians. From a single study to a meta-analysis, EBP concepts related to patient care are integrated throughout. Clinically relevant examples present ways students and staff can apply knowledge to daily clinical practice through the development, implementation, and evaluation of clinical protocols. Text boxes and web references reinforce information. Taken together, the content of the Second Edition will help the nursing profession in its move toward the forefront of institutional management, research, policy decisions, and ethical considerations√≥all to enhance safe patient care and health. The book also includes interactive PDF with fill-in, reusable templates, and is available in enhanced eBook format that includes audio/video Q & A.New to the Second Edition:
- Presents new content on translational science and inter-professional research.
- Updates all content from the first edition.
- Includes two new chapters on establishing and sustaining EBT and how a research question drives the selection of a research design, measurement and analysis.
- Presents the contributions of several new authors.
- Features psychosocial and physical data collection and analysis methods.
- Includes guidelines on evaluating research articles, including ethical components.
- Suggests strategies for establishing and sustaining an organizational evidence-based practice.
- Presents primary ways of evaluating cost as a dimension of evidence-based practice.
- Offers appendices with evidence-based practice activities and protocols, and a resource list of relevant websites.
- Features interactive PDF with fill-in, reusable templates.
- Available as enhanced eBook that includes audio/video Q & A
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About the Author
Magdalena Mateo, PhD, RN, FAAN, was Associate Professor Emeritus, Northwestern University School of Nursing, Boston. She won a 1999 AJN Book of the Year Award for her Using and Conducting Nursing Research in the Clinical Setting, and was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing in 1992. She has written numerous articles and book chapters. Her major areas of research included research development and dissemination in the clinical arena, workforce diversity, and neuroscience (mild traumatic brain injury).
Marquis Foreman, PhD, RN, FAAN, is Professor and Chair, Department of Adult Health and Gerontological Nursing, Rush University College of Nursing. He has actively sought to improve the care of hospitalized older people for more than 30 years. Foreman is known best for his research about delirium in hospitalized older people. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing, and the Institute of Medicine-Chicago, and has received numerous awards including the Mary Opal Wolanin Award for Excellence in Gerontological Clinical Nursing Research, the Harriet H. Werley New Investigator Award, and the Mosby-Cameo Nursing Research Award, all for his work on delirium in hospitalized older people.
Table of Contents
PART I: EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE
Chapter 1: Overview of Evidence-Based Practice
Mary D. Bondmass
Chapter 2: General Searching: Finding Research Reports
Ulrike Dieterle and Christopher Hooper-Lane
Chapter 3: Research and the Mandate for Evidence-Based Practice, Quality, and Patient Safety
Kathleen R. Stevens
Chapter 4: Establishing and Sustaining an Evidence-Based Practice Environment
Elizabeth A. Carlson and Beth A. Staffileno
PART II: BUILDING BLOCKS FOR EVIDENCE
Chapter 5: Appraising a Single Research Article
Chapter 6: Identifying a Focus of Study
Lea Ann Matura and Vivian Nowazek
Chapter 7: Conceptual and Theoretical Frameworks
Mary E. Johnson
Chapter 8: Quantitative Research Designs for Nursing Practice
Chapter 9: Qualitative Research for Nursing Practice
Chapter 10: Sampling Methods
Mary D. Bondmass
Chapter 11 Designing Questionnaires and Data Collection Forms
Magdalena A. Mateo and Karin T. Kirchhoff
Chapter 12: Physiological Data Collection Methods
Susan K. Frazier
Chapter 13: Psychosocial Data Collection Methods
PART III: USING AVAILABLE EVIDENCE
Chapter 14: Systematic Reviews
Kathleen R. Stevens
Chapter 15: Program Evaluation
Karen J. Saewert
Chapter 16: Implementing Evidence-Based Practice
Susan L. Adams and
Marita G. Titler
PART IV: EVALUATING THE IMPACT OF EBP AND COMMUNICATING RESULTS
Chapter 17: Cost as a Dimension of Evidence-Based Practice
Briana J. Jegier and
Tricia J. Johnson
Chapter 18: Outcomes Evaluation
Leah L. Shever
Chapter 19: Ethical Aspects of a Study
Marcia Phillips, Julie Johnson Zerwic, and Marquis D. Foreman
Chapter 20: Communicating
Diane L. Stuenkel
Chapter 21: Reporting Results through Publications
Norma G. Cuellar