"Evidence Based Practice" Essays and Research Papers

  • Evidence Based Practice

    EBP:Definition & Explanation As I go through my research regarding evidence-based practice and its importance to my profession, I came to encounter different authors who had stated numerous definitions and explanations for the term. One definition that succinctly captures the essence of evidence-based practice (EBP) is that of Ingersoll’s (2000). She defines EBP as, “the conscientious, explicit, and judicious use of a theory-derived, research-based information in making decisions about care delivery to individuals...

    Critical thinking, Evidence, Evidence-based medicine 924  Words | 3  Pages

  • Evidence -Based Practice

    of nursing research has expanded from research utilization to evidence-based practice. What is the difference between the two Research utilization is a process of movement from research to practice. Research is used to guide professional practice. Evidence-based practice evolves from the integration of the best research evidence with clinical expertise and patient needs (Burns & Grove, 2011). With evidence-based practice, patients and their families are encouraged to take an active...

    Academic degree, Diffusion of innovations, Evidence-based medicine 847  Words | 3  Pages

  • Evidence Based Practice

    Nursing is probably the most holistic health-related profession. It warrants the nurse to approach one’s practice in a manner that not only focuses on the health issues of the patient but rather encompassing the whole well being of the person. Which includes the physical and physiological, mental, psychosocial, and emotional aspect of the client or service user. It is therefore necessary for the nurse to have a wide array of knowledge, skills and attitude to deal with it. In so far as knowledge...

    Evidence-based medicine, Health care, Medicine 2115  Words | 7  Pages

  • Evidence based practice in Nursing

    Nowadays for all health care professional including nurses Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) is an expected core competency irrespective of discipline. EBP is necessary to integrate the best research with clinical expertise and patient value to establish best health outcomes (Winters & Echeverri, 2012). This essay will describe concise outline of Evidence based practice. Further it will discuss necessity of EBP into nursing practice and how EBP will helpful to improve the quality of care. The possible...

    Critical appraisal, Evidence-based medicine, Health care 1114  Words | 4  Pages

  • Evidence Based Nursing Practice

    Evidence Based Nursing Practice Shallie V Witt, RN, COHN Submitted to Jo Ann Wegmann, RN, PhD. in partial fulfillment of NR 460R Evidenced Based Practice Regis University 12/6/10 Evidence Based Nursing Practice The purpose of this paper is to explore the impact of Evidence Based Research (EBR) on nursing practice. Included in the review will be research examples as related to the author’s field of practice in occupational health, both qualitative and quantitative. Also reviewed will be...

    Evidence-based medicine, Health, Health care 1093  Words | 4  Pages

  • evidence based practice

    Examine the ways that health professionals can use the five steps of evidence-based practice (EBP) as a practical framework to overcoming barriers to locating, appraising and applying best research evidence. Use an occupational health and safety practice as an example. Examples of occupational health and safety practices include:   Use of professional protective equipment (e.g. gloves)   Safety considerations when using equipment (e.g. sharps)   (or a topic you select yourself in negotiation...

    Clinical trial, Evidence-based medicine, Health care 1126  Words | 5  Pages

  • Evidence Based Practice

    Evidence-Based Care Plan Lana Sakic Bellevue University Abstract Evidence-based care plans are an important and beneficial aspect of the healthcare world. Identifying the importance of evidence-based practice and the benefits it can provide in regards to quality management is vital. Overcoming barriers and enforcing this method of practice can help reduce healthcare costs and implement the highest quality of care. At the Asthma and Allergy Clinic, evidence-based care...

    Clinical trial, Critical appraisal, Evidence-based medicine 1097  Words | 8  Pages

  • Evidence Based Practice

    has relied on tradition, authority, trial and error and research (Lee 2003, p. 618). However, more recently the appreciation and application of evidence based practice (EBP) has caused a shift in clinical nursing decision making (Lee 2003, p. 618). EBP is defined as ‘integrating individual clinical expertise with the best available external clinical evidence from systematic research’ (Sackett et al. 1996, cited in Rolfe, Segrott & Jordan 2008, p. 448). EBP must take into account patient values...

    Evidence-based medicine, Health care, Medicine 2227  Words | 6  Pages

  • Evidence Based Practice

    to Acute Stroke Care Appreciating Evidence for Practice Module Code: UZWSN3-15-1 Student Number: 14005518 In a rapidly developing electronic environment, the expectations for nurses to provide the highest quality of service whilst delivering the best possible patient care have widened considerably. The Department of Health (DH) (2000) stipulates that clinical effectiveness should be combined with a patient-centred approach, with evidence-based practice (EBP) forming the backbone of nursing...

    Evidence-based medicine, Health care, Nursing 3083  Words | 13  Pages

  • Evidence Based Practice

    This assignment will be set around evidence based practice (EBP) and the nursing part of EBP will be discussed throughout this essay. There will be two parts to this discussion, part 1 will be a clinical question chosen personally, and being researched through the internet using a variety of databases. The end result will then be discussed on how the question performed, and whether it was either easy to research or changes had to be made gain greater or less results. Below is the clinical research...

    Avicenna, Clinical research, Clinical trial 2317  Words | 10  Pages

  • Evidence based practice Task 2

    Evidence-Based Practice and Applied Nursing Research Types of Sources of Evidence: American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Academy of Family Physicians. [Clinical practice guideline:]. (2004). Source Of Evidence This evidence meets the criteria for a filtered source. It was sourced online from the Official Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics and Family Physicians. Specialists from multi medical disciplines assembled to create an integrative systematic study and review of the...

    Antibiotic, Bacteria, Clinical trial 2466  Words | 7  Pages

  • Using Knowledge and Evidence Based Practice

    found by Harvard Medical Practice Study II was a single type of nosocomial infection which is known as surgical-wound infection. (Reference).This assignment will try and explore to make use of search engines to find and acquire the correct information on the topic being addressed. What is evidence based practice? Why evidence based practice important in today’s world? These are the two questions that arise most frequently. Sackett(1996) put it this way, “Evidence Based Medicine is the conscientious...

    Clostridium difficile, Evidence-based medicine, Health care 1963  Words | 7  Pages

  • Review: Evidence Based Practice of Surgical Safety Checklists

    effectiveness of safety checklists. Research supplied sufficient evidence of lowered complications that supports the use of the surgical safety checklist within hospital surgical units. Best practice would be to implement the surgical safety checklist into surgical units. The author recommends that mandating surgery teams to complete simulation training with educational proficiency of the checklist to implement the checklist into best practice. Surgical Safety Checklists and Patient Safety Patients...

    Clinical trial, Evidence-based medicine, Health care 1533  Words | 5  Pages

  • Evidence Based Health Promotion

    Evidence Based Health promotion Health promotion has emerged in the last decade as an important force to improve both quality and quantity of people’s lives. Sometimes termed ‘the new public health’ it seeks to support and encourage a participative social movement that enables individuals and communities to take control over their own health. (Bunton,R & Macdonald,G 1992) Health promotion plays an important part in everybody’s life and the lives our children and our children’s children. The...

    Clinical trial, Evidence-based medicine, Health care 2543  Words | 7  Pages

  • Ev Idence Based Practice

    Implementation of Evidence-Based Practice Shelly Wright Submitted to Sharon Mooney, RN, MSN in partial fulfillment of NR 460R Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing Regis University April 9, 2010 Implementation of Evidence-Based Practice Throughout history, nursing practice has experienced change. Florence Nightingale initiated the greatest change in nursing in the mid-1800’s when she gathered data regarding the morbidity and mortality of soldiers (Chitty & Black, 2007). Nightingale recognized...

    Evidence-based medicine, Florence Nightingale, Nurse 1434  Words | 5  Pages

  • Barriers, challenges, and strategies to implementing evidence-based nursing practice (EBNP)

    care workers are aware that achieving the paradigm of evidence-based practice (EBP) is the gold star standard that one strives for in his/her clinical practice. EBP is expected of healthcare clinicians and has become a synonym for quality care both by the institution of healthcare and its consumers (Brim & Schoonover, 2009). This essay will define EBP for nurses. The barriers, challenges and strategies to implementing evidence-based nursing practice (EBNP) will be discussed with reference to relevant...

    Clinical trial, Evidence-based medicine, Florence Nightingale 2122  Words | 7  Pages

  • Evidence Based Assessment Strategies

    - Vol. 49 - no 1 (2012) Eric A. Youngstrom Et Al. Evidence-Based Assessment Strategies for Pediatric Bipolar Disorder Eric A. Youngstrom, PhD,1 melissa mcKeown Jenkins, mA, 1 Amanda Jensen-Doss, PhD, 2 and Jennifer Kogos Youngstrom, PhD1 1 2 Department of Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina, U.S.A. Department of Psychology, University of Miami, Miami, Florida, U.S.A. ABSTRACT Evidence-based assessment of pediatric bipolar disorder has advanced rapidly...

    Bipolar disorder, Cyclothymia, Evidence-based medicine 1185  Words | 4  Pages

  • Evidence Based Information on Pressure Ulcers

    Evidence-Based Nursing Practice Meta Anderson NURS 4000 5/ NURS-4001-5 Res/ Scholarship Evid-Based Practice April 21, 2013 Pressure Ulcers are very serious, but common occurrences in healthcare in our older patients today. Millions of dollars are spent daily to prevent this occurrence. The purpose of this paper is to educate on the evidence based nursing practice surrounding pressure ulcers. Practice Setting Problem Pressure Ulcer is a breakdown of...

    Evidence-based medicine, Health, Health care 819  Words | 3  Pages

  • Evidence Based Policing

    University Assignment # 2 Evidence-Based Policing Henry Hall Class Criminal Justice Due Date January 28, 2012 Professor: Jane Bruce Within my paper I will be discussing evidence- based policing and its goals. I will also talk about some of the advantages within the community dealing with evidence-based policing, and the disadvantages as well. I will give two examples where evidence- based policing has been used and the impact that it had on the outcome of the case. Evidence Base Policing, is a...

    Crime, Evidence-based medicine, Police 662  Words | 3  Pages

  • Using Stanovich and Stanovich's (2003) Framework for Evidence-Based Practice in Education, Compare and Contrast the Theoretical and Evidence Base for Using Wordle and Memory Tutor (Based on Fact)

    Based on Stanovich and Stanovich’s (2003) framework for evidence-based practice in education, Memory Tutor and Wordle have markedly different evidence bases linked directly to their relative effectiveness, as well as the strength of the theoretical foundations upon which the techniques are based. The three factors upon which a teacher should found their evaluations of an educational practice can be reduced to the following: publication of findings in peer-reviewed, refereed journals; replication...

    Cognitive science, Education, Evidence-based medicine 1055  Words | 3  Pages

  • What Is Evidence Based Practice

    What is meant by the phrase ‘Evidence Based Practice’? Evidence-based practice can be described as “a framework of decisions that are made from previous knowledge that are derived from previous research” (University of Westminster, 2008). Evidence-based practice allows the practitioner to apply their knowledge to a situation that has been previously researched to allow them to make a well informed decision about future action(s). It has been used widely in the health care system for some years...

    Critical appraisal, Education, Educational psychology 589  Words | 2  Pages

  • Evidence based practice

    Evidence-informed Decision-making Evidence-based practice, evidence-based medicine, evidence-based nursing and evidence-informed decision-making began with Florence Nightingale in the 1850s during the Crimean War. She noted a connection between poor sanitary conditions in the hospital and rising death rates among wounded soldiers (Bite-Sized History of Mathematical Resources, n.d.). “It is Nightingale who developed the coxcomb, a visual display to demonstrate how military deaths could be prevented”...

    Crimean War, Evidence-based medicine, Florence Nightingale 499  Words | 2  Pages

  • Evidence Based Practice

    Implementation of Evidence Based Practice Rosemary Garcia   Implementation of Evidence Based Practice Evidence Based Practice Nursing is the utilization by nurses of Evidence Based Research findings that, according to Houser (2012), steer the nurse toward integration of clinical expert opinion and experience with an unbiased exhaustive review of the best scientific evidence professional nursing care literature can provide while incorporating patient values and preferences. Evidence Based Practice...

    Evidence-based medicine, Meta-analysis, Nursing 3086  Words | 10  Pages

  • Using Knowledge and Evidence to Support Study in Practice

    knowledge and evidence in professional practice and then conduct a search in what role nurses can play in childhood obesity prevention. I will outline the search process using database and library searches for the evidence. To arrive at a conclusion regarding the reasons for the rise in childhood obesity and the evidence that can support the role nurses can play in preventing obesity in childhood. Using knowledge and evidence base practice to support my conclusion. Knowledge and evidence is an important...

    Childhood, Childhood obesity, Evidence-based medicine 2015  Words | 7  Pages

  • Evidence Based Practice

    Evidence-based practice (EBP) is a crucial component in the process of providing ethical and high quality therapy services. This holds true for professionals who are providing speech and language intervention to individual’s with communication disorders. According to the American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA), evidence-based practice is the integration of best research evidence with clinical expertise and patient values (Sackett and colleagues, 2000). It is the responsibility of...

    Clinical trial, Evidence-based medicine, Medical terms 673  Words | 2  Pages

  • Evidence Based Practice

    assignment is to look at Evidence Based Practice (EBP), why it is important for nursing to be evidence based and the barriers to implementation of EBP. EBP is a medical philosophy invented by Archie Cochrane a British epidemiologist, Cochrane believed that disease prevention and medical care should be contingent and collected analysed data from randomized controlled trials. (RCTS) in order to provide effective patient care. EBP according to Sackett et al (1996) is current best evidence in making decisions...

    Clinical trial, Evidence-based medicine, Health care 632  Words | 2  Pages

  • Evidence Based Practice

    CRITICALLY REFLECTIVE APPROACH TO EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE A Sample of School Social Workers Michelle Bates Definitions of EBP The first type of definition implies that practitioners are recipients of existing research knowledge. These definitions of evidence-based practice represent a deterministic, prescriptive approach to practice. According to these definitions, knowledge is created by researchers, and handed to practitioners to be applied in practice situations. The second type of definition...

    Evidence-based medicine, International Federation of Social Workers, Research 2653  Words | 8  Pages

  • The Mandate to Change the Prevailing Culture from Opinion-Based Practice to Evidence-Based Practice Has Influenced Models Designed as Decision –Making Approaches to Advance the Integration of Simulation Education

    mandate to change the prevailing culture from opinion-based practice to evidence-based practice has influenced models designed as decision –making approaches to advance the integration of simulation education methods in higher education health professional programs, specifically among undergraduate and graduate education nursing programs. Simulation is one of the most rapidly growing strategies in clinical education and defining the best practices for dissemination is essential to the integration process...

    Education, Evaluation, Evidence-based medicine 1914  Words | 6  Pages

  • Evidence Based Practice

    Control Evidence-based practice (EBP) is the conscientious, explicit and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of individual patients. EBP is the integration of clinical expertise, patient values, and the best research evidence into the decision making process for patient care. Good doctors and health professional’s use both individual clinical expertise and the best available external evidence, and neither alone is enough. Without clinical expertise, practice risks...

    Evidence-based medicine, Health, Health care 2626  Words | 8  Pages

  • Integrating Theory and Research for Evidence-Based

    Reviewing the Literature NURS6125, section 23, Integrating Theory and Research for Evidence-Based Practice February 12, 2011 Reviewing the Literature Patient handoffs are an integral part of taking care of people in all patient care settings. Patient handoffs occur at many different times throughout a facility including shift changes, provider break times, inter-departmental transfers, when a patient may travel for testing. Patient handoff definitions vary widely, but the most simplified version...

    Evidence-based medicine, Handoff, Hospital 1576  Words | 4  Pages

  • EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE IN NURSING

    existing practices. If the study findings are implemented to practice only , the study is effective. Evidences getting from the study which are utilized into practice makes the profession more fruitful, bright and effective. Most nurse researchers want their findings to contribute to nursing practice and there is growing interest among nurses in basing their practice on solid research evidence RESEARCH UTILIZATION IN NURSING The terms research utilization and evidence based practice are used...

    Clinical trial, Evidence-based medicine, Health care 6847  Words | 20  Pages

  • Evidence Based Practice

    In this essay, I am going to consider how evidence-based practice can be used to support, justify, legitimate and/or improve clinical practice. I am also going to explore and discuss primary and secondary research evidences about how nursing interventions can potentially improve the quality of life of patients in the community suffering from heart failure. I will gather these evidences using a literature search which I will include an account of. Using a critiquing framework for support, I will...

    Critical appraisal, Evidence-based medicine, Health care 3990  Words | 9  Pages

  • Evidence based practice

    Introduction There is a need for health services stipulation to apply the best evidence instead of applying the customary methods (Stevens et al, 2001). However, this is only possible if practitioners, researchers, scholars, politicians, managers and public in general conducted a high quality research. Different methods of researches that are evident-based tend to have lack support from most users. This is because those researches are lack of proper referencing which the reviewer could not access...

    Evidence-based medicine, Nurse, Nursing 4505  Words | 17  Pages

  • Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing

    Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing A GUIDE TO SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION Suzanne C. Beyea, RN, PhD, FAAN Mary Jo Slattery, RN, MS Contents Acknowledgments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .v About the authors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .vii Chapter 1: What is evidence-based practice? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

    Clinical trial, Evidence-based medicine, Health care 4916  Words | 20  Pages

  • evidence based practice in antenatal

     INTRODUCTION In this globalization world, the nursing career had become more challenges and competence. IOM Report (2003) title “Health Professions Education; A Bridge to Quality” have recommended evidence based practice (EBP) as one of the integration of core set competencies into health professions education. Now days, EBP is the most popular topic to be talk and written about in nursing, nationally and internationally. Hitherto, nurses at times don’t understand what is EBP and some nurses...

    Evidence-based medicine, Obstetrics, Pregnancy 3820  Words | 12  Pages

  • Autism and Evidence-based Practice

    for Autism Spectrum Disorders STATE OF THE EVIDENC E October 2009 Report of the Children‟s Services Evidence-Based Practice Advisory Committee A C OLLABORATION OF THE M AINE D EPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES & THE MAINE D EPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Interventions for Autism Spectrum Disorders STATE OF THE EVIDENC E Report of the Children’s Services Evidence -Based Practice Advisory Committee A Collaboration of THE MAINE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES & THE MAINE DEPARTMENT...

    Asperger syndrome, Autism, Autism spectrum 26150  Words | 137  Pages

  • Evidence Based Practice

    A critical appraisal of a published piece of research related to practice. Evidence Based Practice - HEN62029-5 Student number 10039687 Word count 3150 The following ssion of this assignment attempts to critically appraise the venUS III randomised control trial (RTC) published in the British Medical Journal. As a student/healthcare worker who is new to critical appraisal I am aware that I do not fully understand some of the calculations involved in reporting of findings, however Greenhalgh...

    Evidence-based medicine, Health care, Healthcare quality 4128  Words | 11  Pages

  • Evidence Based Practice Essay

    within the essay. The main reason for research to be evaluated and critiqued is due to evidence based practice. Evidence based practice is a method of problem solving, which includes identifying the clinical problem, searching literature, evaluating the research evidence and then deciding on the interventions (White 1997). The Department of Health (1997) emphasises the importance of using evidence based practice in all nursing situations to assist nurses in providing the best possible care available...

    Autism, E-participation, Evidence-based medicine 3892  Words | 11  Pages

  • Evidence Based Practice

    Change Management Contents Introduction…………………………………………………………….3 Evidence Based Practice……………………………………………….4 Clinical Governance…………………………………………………...5-6 Findings from the literature……………………………………………6-7 Implementing the change………………………………………………7-9 Leadership…………………………………………………………….9-10 The Un-freezing Stage………………………………………………10-11 The Moving Stage…………………………………………………...11-13 The Re-freezing Stage……………………………………………….13-15 Resistance and barriers to change…………………………………...15-16 Conclusion…………………………………………………………...

    Change management, Evidence-based medicine, Health care 5180  Words | 17  Pages

  • Evidence based practice

     Evidence Based Practice (EBT 1) A. Select an article from a nursing research journal and critique the article by doing the following: 1. Identify the article you have chosen in APA citation. The Cochrane review abstract (2011) issue 10 Cochrane database Psychological interventions for needle-related procedural pain...Retrieved 10/12/11 from www2.cochrane.org/reviews/en/ab005179.html 2. Design a graphic or chart to show how the researcher addressed...

    Alternative medicine, Evidence-based medicine, Medicine 3383  Words | 11  Pages

  • Evidence Based Practice

    Evidence Based Nursing Practice in Nursing • "Doing the right things right" (Craig & Smyth, 2002, p.4) • Used to improve the experiences associated with health care and illness • Early examples o Infection control (aseptic technique) o DVT (deep vein thrombosis) prevention Development of the EBP Concept • Began with medicine o Archie Cochran, a British epidemiologist in 1972 published a book criticizing the medical profession for not reviewing medical research studies o Believed that...

    Clinical trial, Epidemiology, Evidence-based medicine 6285  Words | 25  Pages

  • Risk Management and Evidence

    will be discussing how the evidence from my portfolio demonstrates that I have achieved one specific proficiency. ‘A professional portfolio is a collection of carefully selected materials that document the nurse's competencies and illustrate the expertise of the nurse.’ (Oerman, 2002). The proficiencies are based on the NMC 2013 code of practice. I will be exploring how the proficiencies principles were attained and how my evidence connotes the achievement- the evidence I have provided is from my...

    Evidence-based medicine, Health care, Health care provider 1414  Words | 5  Pages

  • ROLE OF NURSING RESEARCH and Evidence search Spring 2015

    NURSING RESEARCH AND SEARCHING FOR EVIDENCE BASED ARTICLES Prepared by Dr. Gerald Amandu Matua, RN; PhD What is research? To research is to purposely and methodically search for new knowledge and practical solutions in the form of answers to questions formulated beforehand. These questions could be how asked by any one in any profession or occupation. What is nursing research? Nursing research is research that provides evidence used to support nursing practices.  The questions of concern to nurses...

    Evidence-based medicine, Randomized controlled trial, Search engine optimization 707  Words | 5  Pages

  • Evidence Based Practice-Social Work

    Definitions Evidence-Based Practice. The term evidence-based practice (EBP) was used initially in relation to medicine, but has since been adopted by many fields including education, child welfare, mental heath, and criminal justice. The Institute of Medicine (2001) defines evidence-based medicine as the integration of best researched evidence and clinical expertise with patient values (p. 147). In social work, most agree that EBP is a process involving creating an answerable question based on a client...

    Evidence-based medicine, Meta-analysis, Randomized controlled trial 2653  Words | 9  Pages

  • Evidence Based Practice Task 3

    Current evidence-based practice uses chlorhexidine in place of Betadine for antiseptic skin preparation when an invasive procedure is to be performed. I will show through evidence-based practices that this is a valid change to this procedure. A2a. BASIS FOR PRACTICE At Kaiser Permanente, procedures, protocols, and guidelines are researched, overseen, and implemented by the Nursing Education Department, the Risk Management Department, and the Patient Safety Department. Evidence-based practice was...

    Alcohol, Antiseptic, Ethanol 2855  Words | 8  Pages

  • Intro to Evidence Based Practice Nursing

    knowledge Nurses are expected to adopt an evidence-based practice (EPB) - defined as the use of best clinical evidence in making patient care decisions EBP is EVERY nurse’s responsibility, whether you are a user (consumer) of nursing research by reading research reports to keep up-to-date or a nurse who designs and conducts research Evidence Based Practice EBP is a problem solving approach to clinical practice that integrates the conscientious use of best evidence in combination with a clinician’s...

    Evidence-based medicine, Health care, Knowledge 420  Words | 2  Pages

  • Voegeli, D. (2008) Effect of Washing and Drying Practices on Skin Barrier Function. Journal of Wound Ostomy Continence Nursing. 35(1) 84-90.

    Title: Evidence Based Health Care and Research Module code: 5NMH0117 SEMESTER A Location/campus: Hatfield PROGRAMME for the Academic Year 2011 – 2012. Module Leader : Noel knopp E-mail : n.1.knopp@herts.ac.uk MODULE TITLE : Evidence Based Health Care and Research. MODULE CODE: 5NMH0117 LEVEL: 5 SEMESTER A Summative assignment 100%. o Retrieve the following paper; Voegeli, D. (2008) Effect of Washing and Drying Practices on Skin...

    Academic publishing, Clinical decision support system, Cochrane Collaboration 676  Words | 5  Pages

  • Evidence Based Practice Qualitative Research

    EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE QUALITATIVE RESEARCH INTRODUCTION This essay aims to explore the importance of utilising evidence based care while working with clients and other health care providers to form a professional and reliable nursing team. This essay also aims to focus and evaluate a qualitative article entitled “Patient experiences of bladder problems following stroke” selected from the Nursing Standard. The assignment will adopt a systematic approach to expose the strengths and weaknesses...

    Evidence-based medicine, Health care, Health care provider 2739  Words | 8  Pages

  • Evidence Based Practice-Nursing Administrative Challenges

    Administrative Challenges-Evidence Based Practice Background * Evidence Based Nursing started with Florence Nightingale. A firm believer in knowledge-based practice, she was a systematic thinker and passionate statistician, who believed in using the best possible research to elevate practice on the shoulders of knowledge. * Since then, the nursing profession has more recently provided major leadership for improving care through application of research findings in practice. * According...

    Clinical decision support system, Evidence-based management, Evidence-based medicine 2915  Words | 12  Pages

  • Ecological Validity of Evidence-Based Practice in the Philippines

    Validity of Evidence-Based Practice in the Philippines Maria Carmela L. Domocmat Ecological Validity of EBP in the Philippines 2 Introduction Evidence-based practice (EBP) has been observed in developed countries since the 90’s. Two decades had past and it is barely being established in the Philippine health care system. The purpose of this paper is to define EBP or evidence-based nursing (EBN) and explore its ecological validity in a developing country such as the Philippines. Evidence-based...

    Evidence-based medicine, Health, Health care 2804  Words | 9  Pages

  • Evidence Based Practice in Mental Health Nursing

    disability nurse wishing to ascertain the effectiveness of CBT as a practical intervention when presented with the dual-diagnosis of anxiety disorder and learning disability, is through the use of 'evidence-based practice'. When deciding on the best possible clinical intervention for an identified practice problem it seams logical to convert the issue into a single answerable question (Colyer & Kamath 1999). Several authors have identified that the use of frameworks to inform the development of the...

    Anxiety disorder, Cognitive behavioral therapy, Evidence-based medicine 3333  Words | 12  Pages

  • Benchmark Assignment

     Benchmark: Evidence -Based Practice (EBP) Summary Shannon Marcus Grand Canyon University- NUR-504 Debra Finch-Instructor May 26, 2015 Introduction Nasogastric (NG) tube placement is a common procedure done in pediatric and neonatal patient care settings. However, there is little research that exists in today’s vast amount of medical information that conclusively proves the safest and most accurate way to verify placement. Although there have been several...

    Evidence-based medicine, Health care, Health care provider 526  Words | 3  Pages

  • 122 EBP Essay

    Lee______________________ Date: __30_/__3_/__14_ Evidence Based Practice in Infection Control Evidence based practice is use of best available scientific data in order to guide the nurses to get best possible outcome out of their practice with patients (Herson & Sturmey, 2012). In order to explain evidence-based practice on infection control, the five steps approach to evidence-based practice is crucial. The author of this essay outlines and demonstrates overview of evidence-based practice in nursing, relevant knowledge...

    Evidence-based medicine, Health, Health care 1473  Words | 6  Pages

  • EBP Summary

    An Exploration of the Roles of Nurse Managers in Evidence-Based Practice Implementation 1 An Exploration of the Roles of Nurse Managers in Evidence-Based Practice Implementation Kimrae McDonald Grand Canyon University October 29, 2014 An Exploration of the Roles of Nurse Managers in Evidence-Based Practice Implementation 2 Introduction ...

    Case study, Evidence-based medicine, Florence Nightingale 1132  Words | 8  Pages

  • Clinical Reasoning: Combining Research and Knowledge to Enhance Client Care

    accountability and evidence-based practice requires not only scientific knowledge, but also a deep knowledge of the practice of one’s profession and of what it means to be human in the world of combined strength and vulnerability that is health care. Every clinician must understand the importance of applying best research evidence to client care, the essence of evidencebased practice, to improve the overall quality of healthcare. Research continues to find that using evidence-based guidelines in...

    Avicenna, Critical thinking, David Sackett 2457  Words | 7  Pages

  • Assignment 2

    Question Evidence-based practice helps healthcare clinicians provide quality care based on knowledge and evidence rather than because of “this is the way we have always done it,” or based on customs, colleagues, or out-dated textbooks. In response to the startling report by the Institute of Medicine in 2001 that major deficits in healthcare caused preventable harm, a proposal for healthcare redesign was introduced recommending healthcare providers to implement evidence-based practice in order to...

    Anesthesia, Avicenna, Critical appraisal 1895  Words | 7  Pages

  • EVIDENCE BASED NURSING

    EVIDENCE BASED NURSING PRACTICE INTRODUCTION Evidence Based Nursing or EBN is an approach to making quality decisions and providing nursing care based upon personal clinical expertise in combination with the most current,relevent research available. It is also known as evidence based practice. It is a thoughtful integration of the best available evidence coupled with the clinical expertise. TERMINOLOGIES Evidence Based Clinical Practice Guidelines:- Specific practice recommendations...

    Advanced practice nurse, Clinical trial, Evidence-based medicine 2589  Words | 7  Pages

  • APP4MayersL

    Magnet Recognition and Implementation of Evidence-based Practice Lisa Mayers Walden University NURS 3000 Section 05, Issues and Trends in Nursing November 5, 2013 Magnet Recognition and Implementation of Evidence-based Practice There is an expectation of health care consumers that they receive safe, effective care from nurses and health care facilities. Research has shown incorporating professional practice models into the delivery of care improves patient outcomes (Prevost, 2014)...

    Clinical trial, Evidence-based medicine, Health 1896  Words | 10  Pages

  • Evidence Based Outcome

    Evidence-based practice (EBP) is an interdisciplinary approach to clinical practice that has been gaining ground following its formal introduction in 1992. It started in medicine as evidence-based medicine (EBM) and spread to other fields such as dentistry, nursing, psychology, education, library and information science and other fields. Its basic principles are that all practical decisions made should 1) be based on research studies and 2) that these research studies are selected and interpreted...

    Alternative medicine, Archie Cochrane, Cochrane Collaboration 3886  Words | 12  Pages

  • reflect on my roles as student in the university based on Gibbs theory

     1.1 Introduction: Reflective practice is "the capacity to reflect on action so as to engage in a process of continuous learning", which, according to the originator of the term, is "one of the defining characteristics of professional practice”, Schön, D. (1983) Reflective practice can be an important tool in practice-based professional learning settings where individuals learning from their own professional experiences, rather than from formal teaching or knowledge transfer, may be the most...

    Experiential learning, Learning, Learning methods 1912  Words | 6  Pages

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