Early evidence-based practice (EBP): Florence Nightingale and the pavilion-style hospital
William T. Campbell, EdD, MS, Department of Nursing, Salisbury University, Salisbury, Maryland, USA
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While many nurses see EBP as a new approach to improve patient outcomes utilizing systematic research, one example of this method of research and application was first presented by Florence Nightingale in the 1850's and then used in the U.S. in the 1860's.
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Pavilion Hospital Design;
Early Evidence Based Practice
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