Nursing & Health: Evidence-Based Practice
By Judith Davies
Distributed by Trans-Atlantic Publications
70 pages, Illustrated
$14.95 Spiral Bound
OUT OF PRINT
Taking an evidence-based approach is fundamental to ensuring good clinical practice, but it’s not always easy. This info-packed guide will be an invaluable resource throughout your healthcare or nursing studies and post-registration, helping you to understand the essentials of EBP theory and application, and develop new insights into healthcare practice.
All you need to know on:
- Formulating clinical questions
- Searching for appropriate evidence
- Appraising evidence for quality
- Applying evidence in practice
- Evaluating effectiveness
Evidence-based Practice: What and Why?
What counts as evidence-based practice?
Hierarchies of Evidence
The Six steps in the evidence-based practice cycle
Step 1: Asking the Question.
Step 2: Finding the Evidence
Refining or keeping your search focused
Searching for evidence
Step 3: Appraising the Evidence
Critical Appraisal Skills Programme (CASP) - Making Sense of Evidence
Step 4: Interpreting the Evidence
Step 5: Acting on the Evidence
Step 6: Evaluation and Reflection
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