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evidence base care

what is evidence base practice an approach to healthcare for making decisions based on evidence and the use of outcome studies to make decisions regarding client care
what are the four major sources for evidence based nursing research clinical experience patient experience information from local contact
what is incorporated in EBP` critical thinking and appraisal of research one clinical expertise client preferences and values
what is the purpose of quality and safety education for nurses identifies knowelege, skills and attitudes
what are the six areas of QUSen patient centered care team work and collaboration evidence based practice quality improvement safety informatics
what are the benefits of evidence base practice yields better patient outcome promotes care practice basedon research than tradition improve patient care experience provides higher level of satifaction among nurses increases quality of care while decreasing healthcare cost engages nurses in the r
what are the stages in evidence base practice question find the evidence assess the evidence use findings to answer question implement the decision/change evaluate the whole process
what are the things for pico patient population of interest intervention comparison of intererst outcome of interest
which level of evidence is important for nursing VI: clinical studies in a variety of patien populations and situations to support recommendations
what level does systematic reviews and of randomized control studies occur VI
what is the purpose of agency for healthcare research and quality provides immediate access to evidence based research report
what is active, organized, cognitive proces critical thinking
what questions are asked for the beganing of critical thinking what do i know how do i know it what opinions are available to me
what are the six skills needed for critical thinking interpretation analysis evaluation inference explanation self-regulation
which one is categorizing data and clarfying meaning interpretation
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which one is self-examination, self correction self regulations
what are the essential aspects of critical thinking reflection language intuition
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what are important things to keep in mind about language being essential to use precisely and clearly avoid jargon, incorrect termology, or being vage closely associated with the ability to think meaningfully
what is the direct understanding of a situaion without conscious deliberation a inner sensing develops with greater clinical experience a combination of cognitice and emotional cues intuition
what are the five components of critical thinking knowledge base experience competence attitudes standards
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