Information Literacy: A Prerequisite to Evidence-Based Nursing
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Belcik, Kimberly Dawn (2017-03-01)More patients are turning to the Internet as as source of health information. Nurses occupy the frontline of healthcare and must have information literacy (IL) competencies to guide themselves and their patients to the ...
Belcik, Kimberly Dawn (2017-10-10)The purpose of this presentation is to introduce learners to applying the 4-step partnership agreement process with nursing students in a BSN clinical group and potential influences on relationships.
How Does Negotiating a Partnership Agreement Influence Relationships in a BSN Clinical Experience? Belcik, Kimberly Dawn; Levenson, Shirley Ann (2017-07-27)This poster will describe the influence of negotiating a partnership agreement on relationships among nursing students and with their teacher in a BSN clinical experience.
Moving From Joy Stealing to Scholarly Caring: A Method for Transforming an Uncivil Work Environment Erbin-Roesemann, Marla; Belcik, Kimberly DawnLearn how to transform a culture of joy stealing and incivility into one of scholarly caring where all faculty are productive and feel valued for their contributions.
Educating nursing staff in evidence-based practice: A process improvement, development, and implementation of a preadmission clinic Bailey, Dawn A. (2016-10-07)An evidence-based practice (EBP) education project was developed and implemented to create a preadmission clinic in the surgical services department of a small rural hospital. The project objectives were to (a) improve ...