Essential skills for evidence-based practice: Appraising evidence for therapy questions
Jeanne T. Grace, RN, PhD
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|Publisher||Mahidol University, Thailand|
|Citation||Grace, J. T. (2012) Essential Skills for Evidence-based Practice: Appraising Evidence for Therapy Questions. Journal of Nursing Science, 30(1), 10-15.|
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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 ...
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, 2009-01)Nurses who wish to apply evidence to practice must be able to ask questions about clinical problems in a format that allows those questions to be answered with evidence. This article contains a discussion of the nature of ...
Grace, Jeanne T. (Mahidol University, Thailand, 2009-09)In an efficient search for evidence to address clinical questions, clinicians consult trustworthy collections of critically evaluated evidence when those resources exist. The “5S” hierarchy organizes these resources in ...