Research for Evidence-Based Practice in Healthcare

Author: Robert Newell,Philip Burnard

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118297067

Category: Medical

Page: 304

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This is an essential, accessible introduction to thepracticalities of research and evidence-based practice aimed at allpre-registration nursing and healthcare students. It placesresearch and evidence in the context of clinical practice,introduces the main methodological approaches in qualitative andquantitative research, and describes the processes of researchappraisal, dissemination and implementation. The new edition of Research for Evidence-Based Practicein Healthcare has been updated to include information for abroader health care audience. It engages students with the researchand evidence agenda, demonstrates the relevance of research andevidence to nursing practice, and provides the skills needed toexplore these areas in greater detail. Special features: · Apractical guide to research methods and evidence-based practice · Newedition of a successful student textbook · Includesa glossary of common research terms · Providescase studies, key points, further reading, and activitiesthroughout · Accompanying website with links to further reading
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Vital Notes for Nurses

Nursing Models, Theories and Practice

Author: Hugh McKenna,Oliver Slevin

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118305922

Category: Medical

Page: 248

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Vital Notes for Nurses: Nursing Models, Theories and Practiceprovides a concise, accessible introduction to the development,application and evaluation of nursing theories and clearly outlinestheir relevance to everyday nursing practice. It encourages thereader to view theories from a broader conceptual base, enablingthem to be more objective when it comes to clinical practice. Suitable for nursing students and newly qualified nurses, theauthors explore the relationship between nursing theories andpractice, specifically analysing their origins, development,selection and use. It discusses how nursing theories evolve, howthey relate to nursing roles, how to select a nursing theoryrelevant to your practice, and how to evaluate theoriescritically. Key Features: • Clearly examines the relationship between nursingtheory, clinical practice and nursing roles • Written in a clear, accessible style which assumes no priorknowledge • Useful to all nursing students on the common foundationprogramme as well as newly qualified nurses. • Each chapter includes features such as activities, casestudies and learning objectives • In the Vital Notes for Nurses series
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Mentoring Nursing and Healthcare Students

Author: David Kinnell,Philip Hughes

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781446244067

Category: Medical

Page: 264

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"This key text offers mentors and students an insight into the relationship between mentorship theory, policy and practice." - Diane Tofts, Kings College London What does effective mentoring mean in actual practice? How can I be a good mentor? This book answers these questions and is designed to offer nursing and healthcare students a foundation in effective mentoring. Chapters examine the roles and responsibilities of the mentor, and how they enhance the process of mentorship. By examining the relevant competencies and knowledge base, the book provides an essential framework for developing the practice skills needed for successful mentoring. Key features include: - Embedded in real-life practice and case study examples - Offers tips for successful mentoring and reflects upon likely challenges - Features a range of interactive study activities linked to the student and mentor's experiences - Presents the most up-to-date professional guidance - Includes running themes of reflective practice; evidence-based practice and multi-professional working. Mentoring Nursing & Healthcare Students will help both the mentor and the student to develop the skills needed for effective collaboration. It is the core text for mentor preparation and mentor update courses in nursing, midwifery and allied health.
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Vital Notes for Nurses

Promoting Health

Author: Jane Wills

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118314484

Category: Medical

Page: 208

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Vital Notes for Nurses: Promoting Health is a concise,accessible introduction to health promotion and public health forpre-registration nursing students and newly qualified nurses. Promoting the health and well-being of patients is a vital partof the nursing role. This introductory text in the Vital Notesfor Nurses series explores issues such as public healthpriorities, health inequalities, health promotion settings, and therole of the nurse in health promotion roles. Written in a clear, accessible style which assumes no priorknowledge Each chapter includes learning objectives, case studies,scenarios, activities and learning outcomes Includes specific application to nursing practice in everychapter Identifies strategies for promoting health with individuals andcommunities and for protecting the health of the generalpopulation
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Best Practices

Evidence-based Nursing Procedures

Author: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 9781582555324

Category: Medical

Page: 628

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Now in its Second Edition with a new title, Best Practices: Evidence-Based Nursing Procedures is an excellent compilation of "best" practices based on current research and expert consensus findings. This timely, authoritative reference applies research findings directly to every aspect of nursing practice to guide nurses in performing procedures for patients with a full range of conditions and illnesses. This edition provides a thorough update and review and includes new procedures and practices. Every entry is evidence-based, identifies the sources of the evidence, and now includes manufacturer recommendations. Nursing diagnoses, expected outcomes, and unexpected outcomes (complications) are now discussed for each procedure.
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Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing - E-Book

Author: Ruth Elder,Katie Evans,Debra Nizette

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 0729578771

Category: Medical

Page: 498

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The new edition of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing focuses on practice in mental health and psychiatric care integrating theory and the realities of practice. Mental wellness is featured as a concept, and the consideration of a range of psychosocial factors helps students contextualise mental illness and psychiatric disorders. The holistic approach helps the student and the beginning practitioner understand the complex causation of mental illness, its diagnosis, effective interventions and treatments, and the client’s experience of mental illness.
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Population-Based Nursing, Second Edition

Concepts and Competencies for Advanced Practice

Author: Ann L. Curley, PhD, RN,Patty A. Vitale, MD, MPH, FAAP

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 0826130496

Category: Medical

Page: 332

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Now in its second edition, this continues to be the only advanced practice nursing text to focus on core competencies in both epidemiology and population health. The new edition delivers essential content for Doctoral Nursing Programs (DNP) as outlined by the AACN, and encompasses the many changes in healthcare that affect population-based nursing, including the latest requirements set forth by the enactment of the ACA. All chapters include updated information, new content, and relevant case examples that exemplify successful strategies nurses have used to improve population outcomes. Featuring the contributions of several esteemed new authors, the second edition includes a timely new chapter on global health in population-based nursing and vital information about how new technology and social media can be used to improve population outcomes and to develop innovative solutions. The text describes the role of the APRN in identifying and mitigating healthcare disparities at the national and global level, and provides guidance on how to conduct community assessments. New topics include pay for performance implemented by the S, the overconsumption of salt and increasing use of electronic cigarettes, toxic stress, and more. High-level discussion questions and exercises help to reinforce core concepts. New online materials for faculty include answers to problem sets and supplemental discussion questions. In addition to its value as a primary course textbook in a DNP program, the text also serves as a supplementary text for graduate community health nursing programs. New to the Second Edition: Delivers essential content for Doctoral Nursing Practice (DNP) programs as outlined by the AACN Explains how new technology and social media can be used to improve population outcomes and develop innovative interventions Offers high-level exercises and questions for discussion Presents a timely new chapter on global health in population-based nursing Covers ACA-related requirements such as conducting community health needs assessmentsProvides updated information in all chapters with relevant examples, case studies, discussion questions, and references Offers guidelines on the APRNís role in policy-making Presents expanded information on causality, confounding, and describes a comprehensive approach to measuring and interpreting survival data including prognosis Updates program design and development Key Features: Focuses on both epidemiology and population-based nursing competencies Describes the APRN role in identifying and mitigating healthcare disparities at local, national, and global levels Provides guidance in conducting community assessments Includes examples of successful strategies used to improve population outcomes Explains how new technology and social media can be used for the improvement of population outcomes and the development of new and creative interventions. Provides a strong foundation in epidemiologic methodology including mortality measures, the validity and reliability of testing, study designs, sample size, assessing risk and causality, and data analysis and interpretation Offers high-level exercises and questions for discussion to help students synthesize, integrate, and apply information
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Fast Facts for Evidence-Based Practice

Implementing EBP in a Nutshell

Author: Maryann Godshall, PhD(c), MSN, CCRN, CPN, CNE

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826105684

Category: Medical

Page: 240

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Designated a 2014 Doodyís Core Title by Doodyís Medical Reviews Concise and comprehensive, this book covers the basics of nursing research and the essentials of how to implement Evidence Based Practice (EBP). Using the short, reader-friendly, Fast Facts Series 'style,' the book is designed for those RNs studying Evidence Based Practice (EBP) who want quick access core content. Undergraduate nursing students who want a solid review of evidence based practice (& nursing research) will also find this book useful, as well as RN to BSNs student who need to assimilate content on basic nursing research. It is vital for both the practicing RNs and students to know the basics of EBP and understand how EBP can be implemented. Key features covered include: Delivery of a wide scope of EBP content in the abbreviated style of the Fast Facts series Includes coverage of quantitative and qualitative research approaches, defining the 'compelling question', finding and critiquing the evidence, and disseminating the research Unlocks the mystery surrounding systematic reviews and searching a database Class-tested content, used in seated and online course environments
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Neonatal Nursing Care Handbook

An Evidence-Based Approach to Conditions and Procedures

Author: Carole Kenner, PhD, NNP, FAAN

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 0826171656

Category: Medical

Page: 720

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Neonatal nurses face an ever-changing practice landscape that requires swift decisions and actions. This is an up-to-date, comprehensive, quick reference resource written specifically for neonatal nurses throughout the globe. Designed for speedy information retrieval, it encompasses vital information about commonly encountered conditions and procedures on the neonatal unit. The handbook is written by outstanding neonatal practitioners in accessible language and consistently formatted for ease of use. Illustrations, diagrams and flow charts enhance information, which is divided into sections covering Systems Assessment and Management of Disorders, Special Care Considerations, and Procedures and Diagnostic Tests. Appendices deliver such valuable tools for clinical practice as a list of common abbreviations and pertinent web resources. Also included are downloadable, digital, patient management tools, reusable templates, and quick-reference calculation tools. Key Features: Provides quick-access, current information about common neonatal conditions and procedures Assists neonatal nurses in making sound clinical decisions Written by prominent leaders in the neonatal field Delivers information concisely and clearly for neonatal nursing staff and APs worldwide Enhances content with illustrations, diagrams, and flow charts and digital patient management and calculation tools
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