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Thoroughly updated and now in full color, the Second Edition of this best-selling book is a user friendly guide to implementing evidence-based practice in nursing and healthcare. Real life examples assist readers in actualizing important concepts and overcoming barriers to implementation of evidence based care.
This edition contains a new chapter on implementing evidence in clinical settings and emphasizes all the steps needed in making evidence based practice part of a sustainable healthcare culture. Web alerts direct readers to Internet resources to further develop evidence based practice knowledge and skills.
A bound-in CD-ROM contains checklists and other guides to aid readers in formulating clinical questions and appraising various types of quantitative and qualitative evidence.
‘’Knowing what questions to ask, how to evaluate the responses, and provide effective assessments are important for every healthcare professional.’’ - Richard H. Carmona, MD, MPH, FACS, VADM, USPHS United States Surgeon General
Table of Contents
|Steps Zero, One Two: Getting Started||p. 1|
|Making the Case for Evidence-Based Practice and Cultivating a Spirit of Inquiry||p. 3|
|Asking Compelling, Clinical Question||p. 25|
|Finding Relevant Evidence to Answer Clinical Question||p. 40|
|Step Three: Critically Appraising Evidence||p. 71|
|Critically Appraising knowledge for Clinical Decision Making||p. 73|
|Critically Appraising Quantitative Evidence for Clinical Decision Making||p. 81|
|Critically Appraising Qualitative Evidence for Clinical Decision Making||p. 135|
|Steps Four and Five: Moving form Evidence to Action||p. 165|
|Patient Concerns, Choices, and Clinical Judgment in Evidence-Based Practice||p. 167|
|Advancing Optimal Care With Clinical Practice Guidelines||p. 186|
|Implementing Evidence in Clinical Settings||p. 205|
|The Role of Outcomes in Evaluating Practice Change||p. 226|
|Creating and Sustaining a Culture for Evidence-Based Practice||p. 239|
|Models to Guide Implementation of Evidence-Based Practice||p. 239|
|Creating a Vision and Motivating a Change to Evidence-Based Practice in Individuals, Teams, and Organizations||p. 276|
|Teaching Evidence-Based Practice in Academic Settings||p. 291|
|Teaching Evidence-Based Practice in Clinical Settings||p. 330|
|ARCC Evidence-Based Practice Mentors: The Key to Sustaining Evidence-Based Practice||p. 344|
|Step Six: Disseminating Evidence and Evidence-Based Practice Implementation Outcomes||p. 353|
|Disseminating Evidence Through Publications, Presentations, Health Policy Briefs, and the Media||p. 355|
|Next Steps: Generating External Evidence||p. 395|
|Generating Evidence Through Quantitative Research||p. 397|
|Generating Evidence Through Qualitative Research||p. 435|
|Writing a Successful Grant Proposal to Fund Research and Evidence-Based Practice Implementation Projects||p. 449|
|Ethical Considerations for Evidence Implementation and Evidence Genaration||p. 474|
|Case Examples: Evidence-Based Care and Outcomes in Depressed Adults and in Critically III Children||p. 489|
|Template for Asking PICOT Questions||p. 492|
|Walking the Walk and Talking the Talk: An Appraisal Guide for Qualitative Evidence||p. 494|
|Templates for Evaluation and Synthesis Tables for Conducting and Evidence Review||p. 519|
|Example of a Slide Show for a 20-minute Paper Presentation||p. 522|
|Example of a Health Policy Brief||p. 533|
|Example of a Press Release||p. 538|
|Example of a Successful Media Dissemination Effort: When Rocking Chairs in Nursing Homes Make the News||p. 541|
|Example of an Approved Consent Form for a Study||p. 545|
|A Data and Safety Monitoring Plan for an Intervention Study||p. 550|
|System-Wide ARCC Evidence-Based Practice Mentor Role Description||p. 522|
|Timeline for an ARCC EBP Implementation Project||p. 554|
|Instruments to Evaluate Organizational Culture and Readiness for System-Wide Integration of EBP, EBP Beliefs, and EBP Implementation with Psychometrics||p. 558|
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