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  • 1. Chapter 20 Translating Research into Practice
  • 2. Research Translation Translating research into practice is the final and most important step in the research process
  • 3. Why incorporate research into practice?
    • Consumer demands
    • Pursuit of Magnet designation
    • Cost implications
    • Effectiveness of interventions
    • Regulatory requirements
    • Healthy policy
  • 4. Evidence from Research can be applied to….
    • Assessment processes
    • Nursing diagnosis of patient problems
    • Planning effective nursing care
    • Implementing effective nursing interventions
    • Evaluating nursing care
  • 5. Ways to Aggregate Evidence
    • Systematic review
    • Integrative review
    • Meta-analysis
    • Meta-synthesis
    • Practice Guideline
  • 6. Characteristics of Reviews
    • Use of objective criteria reduces bias
    • Multiple studies enhance the credibility of recommendations
    • Structured approach to the selection and evaluation of studies
    • Produces a practice recommendation as an outcome
  • 7. Steps of a Review
    • Determine the background for the review
    • State the main review question
    • Develop inclusion and exclusion criteria for populations, conditions, settings
    • Devise a search strategy
    • Develop study selection criteria
    • Determine study quality criteria
    • Carry out the review
  • 8. Models of Research Utilization
    • The Iowa Model of EBP
      • Identify a nursing problem and search the literature
      • Determine the organizational priority of the problem
      • Form a team to develop, implement and evaluate the project
      • Assemble the relevant literature
      • Critique the literature and formulate recommendations
  • 9. The Johns Hopkins Model
    • Practice question phase
    • Evidence phase
    • Translation phase
  • 10. Integrating EBP in Magnet
    • Establish a foundation for EBP
    • Identify areas of concern
    • Create internal expertise
    • Implement evidence-based practice
    • Contribute to a research study