Part 4 of the book focus on theoretical foundations, research, and evidence-based practice in nursing.
Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing and Healthcare
Call Number: RT42.M44 2011
"Real-life" examples assist readers in actualizing important concepts and overcoming barriers to implementation of evidence-based care. This edition contains a new chapter on implementing evidence in clinical settings and emphasizes all the steps needed in making evidence-based practice part of a sustainable healthcare culture. Web alerts direct readers to Internet resources to further develop evidence-based practice knowledge and skills.
"The Evidence-based Practice Manual" successfully breaks down the skills for evidence-based nursing into manageable components. The reader will learn how to find, critically read and interpret a range of research studies, and will discover optimal approaches to helping patients reach decisions that are informed by the best-available evidence.
Stat!Ref is a searchable, digital medical library for healthcare professionals. Users can cross-reference and search the latest clinical information from more than 80 medical texts including the Merck Manual, Mosby's Drug Consult, Stedman's Medical Dictionary. Special features include: Evidence Alerts, Anatomy Flashcard Learning System, Nursing Podcasts, and Board Vitals. Stat!Ref
Designed to assist aspiring, novice, and experienced faculty members in obtaining a strong foundation for Evidence-Based Teaching (EBT), Evidence-Based Teaching in Nursing: A Foundation for Educators explores past, present, and future aspects for teaching nursing in a variety of settings. This text promotes and demonstrates practical approaches for classroom, clinical, and simulation learning experiences while incorporating technology, generational considerations, and evidence.
Nursing Research and Evidenced-Based Practice offers a unique approach to learning about nursing research and in particular evidence-based nursing practice. It is ideal for nursing students and practicing nurses who need to understand the language of rese
How to Read a Paper describes the different types of clinical research reporting, and explains how to critically appraise the publications. The book provides the tools to find and evaluate the literature, and implement the findings in an evidence-based, patient-centered way. Written for anyone in the health care professions who has little or no knowledge of evidence-based medicine, it provides a clear understanding of the concepts and how to put them into practice at the basic, clinical level.