What is the difference between research- and evidence-based practice projects
What is the difference between research- and evidence-based practice projects? Provide an example of each one and the reason for the difference. Why should nurses be interested in learning about EBP? And how can EBP change the way you practice as a professional nurse?
There are many roles in nursing but how would a nurse practitioner and a nurse manager differ about how they use and incorporate EBP in their areas of practice?
What paradigm does the nurse leader have that the nurse practitioner may not have? Why is the focus of the nurse Practioner so different and is that good or bad?
Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing and Healthcare: A Guide to Best Practice
Chap 1 & 2
1. About the CEBM
Read “About the CEBM?” located on the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine website.
2. CEBM Resource Centre
Explore the “CEBM Resource Centre” page, located on the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine website.
3. Evidence-Based Practice Tutorial
Download the PDF and read through the Evidence-Based Practice tutorial, located on the Duke University website.
4. Formulating Patient Centered Questions
Explore the “Evidence Based Medicine ” page, located on the University of Illinois Library of the Health Sciences website, and use as a resource for your project.
1. 6 Steps for Transforming Organizational EBP Culture
Read “6 Steps for Transforming Organizational EBP Culture,” by Ogiehor-Enoma, Taqueban, and Anosike, from Nursing Management (2010).
2. Effect of Online Journal Club on Evidence-Based Practice Knowledge, Intent, and Utilization in School Nurses
Read “Effect of Online Journal Club on Evidence-Based Practice Knowledge, Intent, and Utilization in School Nurses,” by Sortedahl, from Worldviews On Evidence-Based Nursing (2012).
3. Striving for evidence-based practice innovations through a hybrid model journal club: A pilot study
Read “Striving for evidence-based practice innovations through a hybrid model journal club: A pilot study,” by Wilson, Ice, Nakashima, Cox, Morse, Philip, and Vuong, from Nurse Education Today (2015)