Johns Hopkins Nursing Evidence-based Practice

Johns Hopkins Nursing Evidence-based Practice

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This book provides detailed instructions on implementation of EBP and includes the relationship to the American Nurses Credentialing Center Magnet Recognition Program, which hospitals try to achieve partly because of its value in marketing their nursing services. Divided into three parts: infrastructure, implementation, and translation. Vignettes are used as exemplars to support chapter content. It is both a textbook and a resource for nurses in education and practice who must implement EBP. Faculty members and staff development instructors can download a PDF of a free instructors guide to use as a resource.The clinical scholar model developed by faculty at The University of Arizona uses a fellowship program to build capacity for EBP by ... Applicants submit evidence of their qualifications for the fellowship, such as a short essay describing their current abilities and skills and ... genuine desire to help and assist others in answering EBP questions, and the ability to embrace differences among team members.

Title:Johns Hopkins Nursing Evidence-based Practice
Author:Stephanie Poe, Kathleen M. White
Publisher:Sigma Theta Tau - 2010


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