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This one of a kind textbook focuses on the challenges of translating evidence into nursing practice. It is designed to help graduate students in Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) courses meet the core competency requirements content and knowledge of the DNP curriculum. It has been written by internationally known nursing faculty involved in different areas of expect clinical practice and in translating evidence.
Table of Contents
|Translation of Evidence|
|Evidence-Based Practice||p. 3|
|The Science of Translation and Major Frameworks||p. 23|
|Change Theory and Models: Framework for Translation||p. 49|
|Translation of Evidence to Improve Clinical Outcomes||p. 61|
|Translation of Evidence for Improving Safety and Quality||p. 77|
|Translation of Evidence for Leadership||p. 93|
|Translation of Evidence for Education||p. 113|
|Translation of Evidence for Health Policy||p. 131|
|Information Technology: A Foundation and Enabler for Translation of Evidence Into Practice||p. 149|
|Methods for Translation|
|Creating a Culture That Promotes Translation||p. 175|
|Challenges and Barriers in Translation||p. 191|
|Legal and Ethical Issues in Translation||p. 201|
|The Project Plan and the Work of Translation||p. 211|
|Evaluation of Translation||p. 233|
|Dissemination of Translation||p. 243|
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