Evidence-based Practice in Nursing
Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing | Nursing Research
Evidence-based practice is central to safe, high-quality and effective nursing. However, learning how to critique evidence and apply it to practice can be challenging at first. Written in clear, student-friendly language, this book builds your understanding of the terminology, theory and practice of using evidence. Learn how to evaluate different sources of evidence, apply this to your clinical decision making and, ultimately, contribute to an evidence-based culture in your workplace.
o Each chapter is mapped to the new 2018 NMC standards, showing how what you have learned relates to the requirements of a registered nurse
o Filled with activities and student case studies to help you understand how to identify, evaluate and implement evidence-based practice
o Promotes an evidence-based culture in all aspects of nursing practice, supporting your professional identity and development
This will be adopted due to the nature of the course. Evidence based practice is essential in Nursing and Ellis explains it simply for student nurses whilst elegantly mapping it to the NMC standards. References to other text material are put throughout for students to search for and it is a must for Evidence Based Practice
Clear and straightforward language used. The links to the NMC Future nurse: Standards of proficiency make it clear why and how the content is relevant.
Assists with Module learning.
Sample Materials & Chapters
Chapter 3: Critiquing research