Empowering nurses to become EBP experts and lifelong learners
Judith Ann Moran-Peters, DNSc, Nursing Administration, John T. Mather Memorial Hospital, Port Jefferson, New York, USA
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Discover innovative methods used by a Nurse Research to educate nurses from all levels of a healthcare organization to become evidence-based practice (EBP) experts. learn how EBP mastery promotes lifelong learning, empowers nurses to advance Nursing Science, and improves patient-centered outcomes.
Leadership Connection 2018: Transformative Nursing Leadership, September 15-18, 2018. Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.
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Moran-Peters, Judith AnnDiscover how clinical nurses advocated for resources to help them provide high quality nursing care during the unprecedented cascade of change imposed by COVID-19. Using a bell-shaped curve to illustrate effectiveness, ...
Influence of nurse social networks on evidence-based practice (EBP): Results of an exploratory study Solomons, Nan M.; Spross, Judith A.; Lamb, Gerri (2017-07-26)The EBP literature suggests that nurses are more likely to turn to each other for answers to clinical questions. This study suggested that understanding nurses’ relationships with each other and their social networks ...
Neumeier, Melanie C.; Phillips, Leah Adeline (2017-07-17)Using evidence to inform practice is essential to ensure safe, quality care in all areas of nursing. In Canada, Registered Nurses (RNs) and Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) are required to engage in evidence informed ...
Improving health outcomes for surgical patient in Nicaragua: Empowering nurses participating in a multidisciplinary cleft lip and palate team implementing evidence-based practice solutions Pfaff, Teresa A.; Perez, Maria Julia; Terry, Anina; Gomez, Carmen Maria Urruita (2014-11-17)Session presented in Saturday, July 26, 2014: In Nicaragua, the increase in those suffering from the congenital malformation of cleft lip and palate has bee seen across a diverse range of socio-economic levels. Although ...
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