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1 Introduction Nurses undertake a vital responsibility in caring for hospitalized patients, as this obedience expends nearly all time in direct patient care. Findings from numerous studies suggest that 30% to 40% of patients do not obtain care per evidence. 1 Nowadays, nursing practice requires the utilization of information on executive skills to offer best practice and high-quality patient care outcomes. 2 Nurses reported the least applications of evidence-based practices (EBPs). Enhancing nursing knowledge of and devotion to EBPs is one of the initial steps

Alcohol prevention and evaluation in the era of evidence based practice - the need for a systematic approach to evaluation

AIMS - This article focuses on the shortcomings of experimental outcome evaluations. MATERIAL - The study uses two studies of the alcohol prevention program Prime for Life (PFL) to illustrate problems associated with a ‘one dimensional’ goal focus and how implementation may affect the efficiency of an intervention. RESULTS - As evidence based practice often fails to acknowledge the importance of context and implementation quality in its quest to find ‘what works’, it is argued in the article that a wider perspective on efficiency is needed in evaluations of alcohol prevention. CONSLUSIONS - To be able to find out what works and during what circumstances, evaluators need to look for a wider set of traits that constitute effective interventions.

Vol.18, Nr 3 (68)/2019 197 EBP e-Toolkit: Providing a Teaching and Learning Open and Innovative Toolkit for Evidence-Based Practice to Nursing European Curriculum – the second transnational project meeting in Warsaw E-Toolkit EBP: Wdrożenie Ogólnodostępnego i Innowacyjnego Zestawu Narzędzi do Nauczania Praktyki Opartej na Dowodach Naukowych dla Europejskich Programów Nauczania Pielęgniarstwa – drugie międzynarodowe spotkanie projektowe w Warszawie Mariusz Panczyk, Joanna Gotlib Department of Education and Research in Health Sciences, Faculty of Health

Evidence-based practice - anything goes?

References Babor, T. & Del Boca, F. (2003): Treatment matching in alcoholism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press Berglund, M. & Thelander, S. & Jonsson, E. (2003): Treating alcohol and drug abuse: An evidence based review. Viernheim, wiley-VCH Bergmark, A. (2007): Riktlinjer och den evidensbaserade praktiken - en kritisk granskning av de nationella riktlinjerna för missbrukarvård i Sverige (Guidelines and evidence-based practice - a critical appraisal of the Swedish national guidelines for addiction treatment). Nordisk Alkohol- och Narkotikatidskrift 24 (5

Introduction Evidence-based practice (EBP) started at the medical school of McMaster University in Canada in the 1970s. Since then, it has spread to all health professions and is now acknowledged worldwide. There are different definitions for EBP, but all acknowledge the integration of the best research evidence with clinical expertise, the patients’ unique values and the circumstances for clinical decisions to best serve the clients (Hoffmann, Bennett, & Del Mar, 2013 ; Law & MacDermid, 2014a ). Law, Pollock, and Stewart (2004 , p.14) defined EBP as ‘ a

References American Occupational Therapy Association. (2014). Occupational therapy practice framework: Domain and process (3rd ed.). American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 68(Suppl. 1). Bannigan, K., & Moores, A. (2009). A model of professional thinking: Integrating reflective practice and evidence based practice. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 76, 342-350. Borgetto, B., Born, S., Buenemann-Geissler, D., Duechting, M., Kahrs, A.- M., Kasper, N., … Winkelmann, B. (2007). Die Forschungspyramide

References 1. Thiel L, Ghosh Y. Determining registered nurses' readiness for evidence-based practice. Worldviews Evid Based Nurs. 2008;4(5):182-92. 2. Chang SCh, Huang ChYi, Chen SYu, Liao YiCh. Evaluation of a Critical Appraisal Program for Clinical Nurses: A Controlled Before-and-After Study. J Continuing Educ Nurs. 2013;1:43-8. 3. Majid S, Foo S, Luyt B, et al. Adopting evidence-based practice in clinical decision making: nurses' perceptions, knowledge, and barriers (EC). JMLA. 2011;99(3):229-36. 4. Olade RA. Evidence-Based Practice and Research Utilization

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