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NUR 136 Evidence

Evidence & Practice Guidelines Exemplar

Evidence Based Practice integration of the best evidence available, nursing expertise, and the values and preferences of the individuals, families, and communities who are served
Replicability Findings are verified when repeated in other studies
Reliability Findings are consistent
Validity successfully measure what the study set out to measure.
EBP Steps Develop an answerable question Search the literature Evaluate the evidence Apply the evidence Evaluate the outcome
Quantitative focused on the testing of a hypothesis through objective observation and validation. randomized controlled trials, cohort studies, longitudianl studies, case-control studies, case reports
Qualitative focuses on a person's experience and uses analysis of textual, or nonnumeric, data, such as interviews, surveys, or questionnaires.
John Hopkins EBP Model a mentored stepwise approach
Iowa Model of EBP organization triggers for the need of the EBP
Created by: susan.martin