A model for applying evidence to nursing practice
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Author(s)Grace, Jeanne T.
Author DetailsJeanne T. Grace, RN, PhD
Lead Author Sigma AffliationEpsilon Xi
Original PublisherMahidol University, Thailand
Level of EvidenceN/A
All clinicians who wish to apply evidence to practice should consider how to do so most effectively and how to incorporate patient preferences into their decision-making. Because nursing practice is commonly embedded in institutional settings, nurses who wish to apply evidence must also consider the relevant institutional resources and constraints. This article describes a five step process for applying evidence to nursing practice and a three step process for evaluating the results of that application.
Date of Publication2012-04
Citation of Original PublicationGrace, J. T. (2012) A Model for Applying Evidence to Nursing Practice. Journal of Nursing Science, 30(2), 7-11.
Version of PublicationPublisher’s Version
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