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1 Evidence-based Practice is defined as:

a)  A problem solving approach to clinical decision making

that incorporates a search for the best and latest evidence, clinical expertise and assessment, and patient preference values within a context of caring.

b)  The systematic inquiry specifically designed to develop, refine and extend nursing knowledge. The intent of nursing research is to answer questions and develop knowledge using a scientific method such as quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods.

c)  Quality, clinical or performance improvement focuses on systems, processes and functional, clinical, satisfaction, and cost outcome. Projects may contribute to understanding best practice

or processes of care in which nurses are involved. Is not designed to develop nursing practice standards or nursing science

2. Quality improvement is defined as:

a) A problem solving approach to clinical decision making that incorporates a search for the best and latest evidence, clinical expertise and assessment, and patient preference values within a context of caring.

b) The systematic inquiry specifically designed to develop, refine and extend nursing knowledge. The intent of nursing research is to answer questions and develop knowledge using a scientific method such as quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods.

c) Quality, clinical or performance improvement focuses on systems, processes and functional, clinical, satisfaction, and cost outcome. Projects may contribute to understanding best practice or processes of care in which nurses are involved. Is not designed to develop nursing practice standards or nursing science

3. Nursing Research is defined as:

a) A problem solving approach to clinical decision making that incorporates a search for the best and latest evidence, clinical expertise and assessment, and patient preference values within a context of caring.

b) The systematic inquiry specifically designed to develop, refine and extend nursing knowledge. The intent of nursing research is to answer questions and develop knowledge using a scientific method such as quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods.

c)  Quality, clinical or performance improvement focuses on systems, processes and functional, clinical, satisfaction, and cost outcome. Projects may contribute to understanding best practice or processes of care in which nurses are involved. Is not designed to develop nursing practice standards or nursing science

4. New evidence will not achieve its maximum value to clinical practice and better patient outcomes unless it is communicated effectively. Choose all appropriate ways to communicate to providers.

  publication

  pod casts

  posters

  news embargo

  policy brief

5.The primary goal of disseminating evidence, whether it is presentations or publications, is to (choose all that apply):


Facilitate the transfer and adoption of research findings into clinical practice.

 

Advance professional careers by providing evidence of scholarship.

 

Advancing new knowledge directly to patients for better health literacy.

 

Accelerate the use of evidence by the public to increase health promotion.

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