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Assessment of Evidence Based Practice

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Read the section Questionnaires versus Interviews on pages 305-306 in the textbook. How are these guidelines similar and different from data collected by nurses when giving care? What principles did you identify that are new to you but could be important in improving your collection of clinical data?

You are interested in nurses' attitudes toward EBP. Which method do you think would work best to obtain this information: a questionnaire, a face-to-face interview, or a group interview? Defend your answer.

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The use of evidence based practice (EBP) is gaining much attention and recognition particularly within the healthcare community. While researchers, health care providers, and health policy advocates debate over what specifically defines evidence-based practice or argue over the merits of the evidence for various interventions and how the evidence is utilized and integrated, the fact still remains that the implementation of evidence-based practice measures is becoming a widely recognized topic ...

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The use of evidence based practice (EBP) is gaining much attention and recognition particularly within the healthcare community. While researchers, health care providers, and health policy advocates debate over what specifically defines evidence-based practice or argue over the merits of the evidence for various interventions and how the evidence is utilized and integrated, the fact still remains that the implementation of evidence-based practice measures is becoming a widely recognized topic because it focuses on how research findings can appropriately be applied to clinical practice (Kazdin, 2008).

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