The issues for nurses involved in implementing evidence in practice.

Authors: Gagan, M. and Hewitt-Taylor, J.

Journal: British journal of nursing (Mark Allen Publishing)

Volume: 13

Issue: 20

Pages: 1216-1220

ISSN: 0966-0461

DOI: 10.12968/bjon.2004.13.20.17013

Abstract:

Evidence-based practice (EBP) is currently high on political and professional agendas. However, there is a suggestion that despite apparent enthusiasm for EBP, it is not becoming a reality. A variety of reasons for evidence not being implemented in practice exist, including the way in which evidence is communicated, how staff are involved in changes in practice, the availability of resources, patient expectations and the priority afforded to EBP by individuals and organizations. These issues must be addressed if EBP is to succeed.

Source: Scopus

The issues for nurses involved in implementing evidence in practice.

Authors: Gagan, M. and Hewitt-Taylor, J.

Journal: Br J Nurs

Volume: 13

Issue: 20

Pages: 1216-1220

ISSN: 0966-0461

DOI: 10.12968/bjon.2004.13.20.17013

Abstract:

Evidence-based practice (EBP) is currently high on political and professional agendas. However, there is a suggestion that despite apparent enthusiasm for EBP, it is not becoming a reality. A variety of reasons for evidence not being implemented in practice exist, including the way in which evidence is communicated, how staff are involved in changes in practice, the availability of resources, patient expectations and the priority afforded to EBP by individuals and organizations. These issues must be addressed if EBP is to succeed.

Source: PubMed

The issues for nurses involved in implementing evidence in practice

Authors: Gagan, M. and Hewitt-Taylor, J.

Journal: British Journal of Nursing

Volume: 13

Pages: 1216-1220

ISSN: 0966-0461

Abstract:

Evidence-based practice (EBP) is currently high on political and professional agendas. However, there is a suggestion that despite apparent enthusiasm for EBP, it is not becoming a reality. A variety of reasons for evidence not being implemented in practice exist, including the way in which evidence is communicated, how staff are involved in changes in practice, the availability of resources, patient expectations and the priority afforded to EBP by individuals and organizations. These issues must be addressed if EBP is to succeed.

Source: Manual

Preferred by: Jaqui Hewitt-Taylor and Mark Gagan

The issues for nurses involved in implementing evidence in practice.

Authors: Gagan, M. and Hewitt-Taylor, J.

Journal: British journal of nursing (Mark Allen Publishing)

Volume: 13

Issue: 20

Pages: 1216-1220

ISSN: 0966-0461

DOI: 10.12968/bjon.2004.13.20.17013

Abstract:

Evidence-based practice (EBP) is currently high on political and professional agendas. However, there is a suggestion that despite apparent enthusiasm for EBP, it is not becoming a reality. A variety of reasons for evidence not being implemented in practice exist, including the way in which evidence is communicated, how staff are involved in changes in practice, the availability of resources, patient expectations and the priority afforded to EBP by individuals and organizations. These issues must be addressed if EBP is to succeed.

Source: Europe PubMed Central