The Evidence Based Practice Manual for Nurses

Published on Aug 5, 2002
Jean V. Craig12
Estimated H-index: 12
Rosalind L. Smyth42
Estimated H-index: 42
Section 1: The context for evidence-based practice. 1 Evidence-based practice in nursing Section 2 Skills for evidence-based practice 2 How to ask the right question 3 Searching the literature 4 Critical appraisal of quantitative studies 1: Is the quality of the study good enough for you to use the findings? 5 Critical appraisal of quantitative studies 2: Can the evidence be applied in your clinical setting? 6 Qualitative research: critical appraisal 7 Systematic reviews: what are they and how can they be used? 8 Integrating research evidence into clinical decisions Section 3 The process of changing practice 9 Evidence-based guidelines 10 Implementing best evidence in clinical practice 11 How can we develop an evidence-based culture?
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