Essential skills for evidence-based practice: Evidence access tools
Jeanne T. Grace, RN, PhD
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|Publisher||Mahidol University, Thailand|
|Citation||Grace, J. T. (2009) Essential Skills for Evidence-based Practice: Evidence Access Tools. Journal of Nursing Science, 27(3), 8-12.|
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Grace, Jeanne T. (Mahidol University, Thailand, 2009-05)The strength of the evidence to answer any clinical question depends on the quantity and quality of the evidence and the consistency of findings across studies. The nature of the clinical question determines what study ...
Grace, Jeanne T. (Mahidol University, Thailand, 2012-01)Evidence to support the effectiveness of therapies commonly compares the outcomes between a group of individuals who received the therapy and a group of individuals who did not. Nurses must be able to determine how well ...
Grace, Jeanne T. (Mahidol University, Thailand, 2013-07)Evidence-based clinical practice guidelines allow generalist nurses to benefit from the scholarship and clinical expertise of others. Guidelines summarize the available evidence about a clinical problem and make recommendations ...
Grace, Jeanne T. (Mahidol University, Thailand, 2014-04)Research from qualitative traditions is often ignored as a resource for evidence-based practice. Findings from qualitative research, however, are of particular benefit to generalist nurses. Human responses to health concerns ...
Grace, Jeanne T. (Mahidol University, Thailand, 2010-01)Evidence to support the effectiveness of therapies commonly compares the outcomes between a group of individuals who received the therapy and a group of individuals who did not. Nurses must be able to interpret the statistics ...