50 evidence-based nursing
monographs containing a concise review of the current evidence available on common clinical problems (including current practice and synopses of current literature), and presenting specific recommendations for nursing care.
Nurses' perceptions of evidence-based nursing
2007) Expert standards in nursing as an instrument for evidence-based nursing
On an institutional level and for individual oncology nurses, the role in decreasing adverse events associated with prolonged hospitalizations involves evidence-based nursing
care, continuing nursing research, and ongoing nursing education.
Nurses who access CMS Never Events to prevent an HAC, such as a catheter-associated urinary tract infection (UTI), are able to review a definition, evidence-based nursing
content, books, journals, guidelines, patient education, images and news.
The purpose of this study was firstly to conduct a systematic review of the literature as exploration and description of the evidence in support of the beneficial nursing interventions during prone positioning of ventilated patients, and secondly to develop evidence-based nursing
guidelines for the nursing process.
Dave Hanson, MSN, RN, CCRN, CNS, AACN president, spoke at the University of Alabama Birmingham Hospital Evidence-Based Nursing
Practice Conference, in Birmingham, Ala.
The purpose of this study was to do a systematic review in order to explore the evidence in support of the beneficial nursing interventions during prone positioning of ventilated patients and to develop evidence-based nursing
guidelines with regard to the nursing process.
Resources to enhance evidence-based nursing
Louise Fellows, of Birmingham, is a research nurse at the Whittall Street Clinic and will investigate evidence-based nursing
practice in sexual health and will travel to Baltimore.
Worldview on Evidence-Based Nursing
Lyder: I believe nursing homes that aspire to and provide evidence-based nursing
care do orient their staff to pressure ulcer prevention protocols.