Evidence Based Practice Matrix

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Beavis, J
Morgan,
&Pickeri
ng, J

Byrd, F.
H.,
Burns,
B., &
Grosskla
gs, B. L
Khomeir
an, R. T.,
Yekta, Z.
P., Kiger,
A. M., &
Ahmadi,

Lorber,
M., &
Skela
Savič, B

Evidence-Based Practice Matrix of Ten Pieces of Primary
Outcome
Resource/
Year of
Population/
Research Type
Variables
Database
Publication
Sample Size
Measured
Percentage
of dialysis
nurses and
employees
PubMed
2012
Quantitative
100
who
finished
competenci
es by testing
technology

Google
Scholar

Google
Scholar

PubMed
Central

2012

2010

2011

Quantitative

Qualitative

Quantitative

Research on One Topic Related to Nursing
Pertinent Data from
Results

Author’s Suggested
Conclusions

Utilizing
computerized data
bases increased ease
and percentage of
competency testing

Plans include
broadening the capacity
of test question and
giving staff
accessibility to
additional facilities

Pertinent to topic and
program made it easier to
assess nursing staff
competencies
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Testing real
scores
versus selfassessment
scores

Self-Assessment
shouldn’t be utilized
as the only method
for testing
proficiencies

Additional
experimental assessing
need to be utilized in
order to confirm
accurateness

Pertinent to topic and
assessing using
experimental will result in
superior data

27

Replies
from nurses
inquiries
concerning
competenci
es were
taped

Nursing
professionals
signified in the belief
that presently
experience is the
main significant
component
concerning
competency.

Mindsets of nurses
regarding competency
will take a part in
shaping how competent
they will be

Pertinent to topic and
research planned to create
greater research

507

Perception
of how
nurses see
manager/lea
ders/ vs.
how
managers
perceive
themselves

Discrepancies were
recognized in how
managers/leaders
saw themselves in
addition to how the
staff see them

Managers/Leaders
ought to partake in
evaluations of
themselves as seen
from their staff
perspective.

Pertinent to topic and
important info is obtained
by observation of how
competency research
criteria has been utilized

Comments

Matrix

RuzafaMartinez,
M.,
LopezIborra,
L.,
MorenoCasbas,
T., &
Madrigal
Torres,
M
Stern, D.
T.,
Frohna,
A. Z., &
Gruppen,
L. D.

TabariKhomeir
an, R.,
Kiger,
A.,
ParsaYekta,
Z., &
Ahmadi,
F.

Vioral, A

ANA

CINAHL

Google
Scholar

Google
Scholar

2013

2010

2009

2013

Quantitative

Quantitative

Qualitative

Quantitative

325

153

33

57

Evaluated
responses to
competency
testing in
Evidence
based
practice in
based on
different
levels of
nursing
experience
Comparison
of students
behaviors
related to
professional
ism during
and after a
nursing
program
Evaluated
nurses’
experiences
and its’
relationship
to
increasing
competence
as they
advance in
their
profession
Examined
how leaders
focused on
the
proficiencie
s of students

Instrument utilized
was a success in
examining
fluctuating degrees
of knowledge
concerning evidence
based practice

EBP is a needed skill to
nursing and competence
in applying it need to be
evaluated on a regular
basis

Pertinent to topic because
instrument existing in
undergrad nursing to
evaluate competencies

Greatest predictor to
for-see professional
conduct such as
complying with
competencies was
student’s compliance
with the program
itself

Professionalism of
nurse can be predicted
by how well nurse
conformed to nursing
program

Little connection to the
topic but show regards
when crafting a
framework

Professional
competence
progresses gradually

Results implied the
nurse was the leader in
the process of attaining
competencies, even
though 5 major phases
did appear to be
essential to the
competence process of...
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