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Strategies for On-Line Surveys: Overcoming the Challenges and Obstacles of Subject Recruitment
Recruitment of subjects for participation in online surveys poses several challenges and obstacles. This project discusses strategies employed to achieve the sample size needed for an online survey aimed at describing EBP ...
How Does Self-Efficacy Impact Evidence-Based Nursing Practice?
This project investigated the impact of self-efficacy on EBP knowledge and utilization by registered nurses. The presentation will present the results from the study completed.
Team Assist: Implementation of an Admission, Discharge, Transfer Team
As patients are frequently admitted and discharged, nursing staff experience increased workload that can lead to burnout, decreased quality, and employee turnover. The purpose of this session is to describe the process ...
Embracing Inquisitive Thinking by Front-Line Staff
Front-line nursing staff were challenged to engage in the process of inquisitive thinking. By fostering innovative ways to think, nurses became further enmeshed in evidence-based practice and collaborative scholarship. ...
Nursing Leadership in Rural Settings: Challenges and Strategies
Rural Chief Nursing Officers (CNO) encounter many challenges as a result of their proximity to other agencies. This qualitative study investigated strategies and opportunities to facilitate their growth and development. ...
Advocating and Sustaining Lifelong Learning Through a Center of Excellence Approach
A school of nursing in Texas conceived the Center of Excellence in Evidence-Based Practice to address strategies to bridge gaps, establish relationships to address workforce needs, and support connectiveness between different ...
Health Literacy and Culturally Diverse Older Adults
Session presented on: Tuesday, July 23, 2013: Health literacy has gradually been acknowledged by the health care community and is beginning to be recognized as an issue in caring for the elderly who have complex health ...
Diet, Encoded Memory, Visual Cues, Obesity, and Neuroimaging: The Role of
Session presented on Friday, July 25, 2014: Purpose: According to the World Health Organization, 35.8 million people are obese world-wide. The obesogenic factors contributing to this global problem are thought to reflect ...
Holistic Nursing Care: Provision of Spirituality with Patients
Session presented on: Monday, July 22, 2013: Purpose: Spirituality care for patients is paramount for optimal wellness and health promotion. Nurses believe they are inadequately prepared to provide spiritual care to their ...
Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Realistic and Practical Evidence-Based Practice
Session presented on: Tuesday, July 23, 2013: Access to care, workforce shortages, consumer demands, and faculty issues are themes demanding a focus on measures directed toward positive outcomes for the delivery of quality ...