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NUR 4775 ~ Applications in Evidence-Based Practice for BSNs
Ch. 1 & 2  Development of Nursing Research and Intro to EBP Discussion
In the 1990s and 2000’s, the use of research in practice was making it’s debut. EBP began to be seen as a quality and safety improvement plan in healthcare.
In 2003, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) mandated that “all health professionals be educated to deliver patient-centered care as members of the interdisciplinary team, emphasizing evidence-based practice (EBP), quality improvement approaches, and informatics” (p. 3).
Somewhere in there, it was identified that nurses are an important partner in implementing EBP, and this initiative came to the forefront of our practice. Along with this, it was identified that nurses needed to learn how to implement EBP ~ which lead to the realization that nursing education needed to address the important challenge of incorporating EBP into nursing curricula. “How was it identified?” Ahh…the research…
This module offers a broad introduction to the use of EBP.
We will explore what makes up nursing research.
We will review some of the foundational, international attitudes of nursing students towards EBP.
We will also explore our “belief in” and/or willingness to implement evidence-based practice.
And lastly, we will take a closer look at the research, how it is conducted, and how it is presented in the literature.
Much of nursing’s research has been in the quantitative realm, but more recently, the qualitative research has gained respect.
This week’s discussions cover a broad base so be sure to read your peers’ postings as well.
Discussion Prompt Options:
Choose ONE of the three prompts.  (Ideally, there will be a wide variety and you can learn from each others’ posts.  Though you are required to respond to one other learner, you are very welcome to participate in multiple conversations. Only 1 needs to have the rubric requirements ~ just enjoy being part of this unique community!)
1. From the articles below/or do your own search of one qualitative and one quantitative article on a particular topic (Articles 1 & 2 below meet specifications and serve as examples, but feel free to choose a topic of your choice!). Identify how the authors approach research differently. (Incorporate this week’s textbook reading on qualitative and quantitative research into this comparison.) Summarize your interpretation of the articles’ findings in a succinct paragraph.
2. The Institute of Medicine (IOM) has long since guided the futural direction of healthcare. Back in 1980’s, the IOM recommended that nursing research be included in the mainstream of biomedical and behavioral science, and found nursing research activities to be relevant to the mission of the National Institute of Health (NIH) which evolved into the establishment of the National Center for Nursing Research (NCNR). In 1993 ~ the NCNR became the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR).
Visit the National NINR website. Explore the site, including their mission and strategic plan. and note their funding opportunities and research priorities for this year. Analyze if any of them could be used to address the importance of outcomes research. Also click on the news & information section and go to the directors’ lectures series (Link (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.). Choose ONE of the lectures that interests you (all of them have links to YouTube), critically review as a research presentation, and summarize the presentation. (these presentations are about 1 hr. so you can plan your time accordingly)
3. Visit the Agency for Healthcare research and Quality (Link)  (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Explore the site, their mission and budget link. Choose one of the articles on patient safety (some are listed under the “research” tab) that they provide reference to. Summarize the findings, implication to practice and your perception of these findings. Make sure you provide the reference information or upload the article for your peer to review if they choose to respond to you. (If you respond to someone who has a provided a summary & their perception of an article, make sure you review the article first!) You may find it useful to sign up for their weekly updates on the research that is being generated: Link (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
One article example is: Hassmiller, S.B. (2018). Nurses Leading Change to Advance Health. Journal For Nurses in Professional Development. 34(1):49–50, JAN 2018. DOI: 10.1097/NND.0000000000000416
Qualitative & Quantitative articles:
1. Betts, K. (2015). Bachelors of Science in Nursing students and qualitative analysis of their medication administration experiences. Journal of Education and Practice. Vol.7 (27). Betts,K. BSN Qual. Anal. of Med. admin. Experiences.pdfPreview the document
2. This article meets both requirements for qual. and quant. as it is a mixed methods article which has two arms: One qualitative and one quantitative:
Jones, j. & Treiber, L. (2018). More than 1 million potential second victims: How many could nursing education prevent? Nurse Educator (43)3: 154-157. Jones.J.potential second victims.pdfPreview the document
3. Lineberry, M., Whitney, E., Noland, M. (2018). The role of school nurse, challenges, and reactions to delegation legislature: A qualitative Approach. Journal of School Nursing, Jun;34(3):222-231. doi: 10.1177/1059840517741526. Lineberry.The Role of School Nurses, Challenges, and Reactions to Delegation Legislation- A Qualitative Approach.pdfPreview the document
4. Ryan E.J. (2016). Undergraduate nursing students’ attitudes and use of research and evidence-based practice – an integrative literature review. J Clin Nurs.;25:1548–56. Ryan-2016-Journal_of_Clinical_Nursing.pdfPreview the document
5. Florin, J., Ehrenberg, A., Wallin, L., & Gustavsson, P. (2012). Educational support for research utilization and capability beliefs regarding evidence-based practice skills: a national survey of senior nursing students. Journal of Advanced Nursing; 68(4): 888-897. Florin_et_al-2012-Journal_of_Advanced_Nursing-1.pdfPreview the document
6. Saunders, H. & Vehvilainen-Julkunen, K. (2016). The state of readiness for evidence-based practice among nurses: An integrative review. Journal of Nursing Studies, 56,128-140. Sauders et al (2018) The state of readiness for EBP among nurses.pdfPreview the document
7. Llasus, L., Angosta, A., Clark, M. (2014). Graduating baccalaureate students’ evidence based practice knowledge, readiness, and implementation. Journal of Nursing Education; Supplement 53, S82-9. Llasus, L.2014. Grad. BSN.Knowledge.readiness.implementation.pdfPreview the document

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