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  • 1. ABC’s of EBP Easy Exchanges in Evidence Based Practice Education Session IV: February 2008 Nursing Research Council © 2008
  • 2. Using Evidence Based Resources Nursing Research Council © 2008
  • 3. Steps in Evidence Based Practice
    • Ask the burning clinical question.
    • Collect the most relevant and best evidence.
    • Critically appraise and synthesize the evidence.
    • Integrate all evidence with one's clinical expertise, patient preferences and values
    • Evaluate the practice decision or change
    Nursing Research Council © 2008
  • 4. Using PICO
    • P atient/population of interest
        • Particular characteristic (e.g., age; special subgroup)
        • Setting
    • I ntervention of interest
        • Define
        • Focus search
    • C omparison of interest
        • Another treatment
        • Usual standard of care
    • O utcome of interest
        • May be more than one!
    Nursing Research Council © 2008
  • 5. Clinical Question Nursing Research Council © 2008 In elders with hip replacement, is a combination of low molecular-weight heparin and pneumatic compression more effective in reducing the incidence of deep vein thrombosis than pneumatic compression therapy alone?
  • 6. Clinical Question
    • P =
    • I =
    • C =
    • O =
    • Elders w/ hip replacement
    • LMW Heparin +
    • Pneumatic Compression
    • Pneumatic Compression
    •  Incidence of DVT
    In elders with hip replacement, is a combination of low molecular-weight heparin and pneumatic compression more effective in reducing the incidence of deep vein thrombosis than pneumatic compression therapy alone? Nursing Research Council © 2008
  • 7. Evidence Based Resources Regular vs. Premium
    • Databases (CINAHL, MEDLINE/PubMed :
      • Cover a broad range of the nursing and medical literature. Some of this is research/evidence based, but not all.
    • Evidence Based Resources – Value-Added :
      • Offer a synthesis or summary of the current evidence
      • Evaluate the quality of the research
      • Make recommendations for practice
    Nursing Research Council © 2008
  • 8. Steps in Evidence Based Practice
    • Ask the burning clinical question.
    • Collect the most relevant and best evidence.
    • Critically appraise and synthesize the evidence.
    • Integrate all evidence with one's clinical expertise, patient preferences and values
    • Evaluate the practice decision or change
    Nursing Research Council © 2008
  • 9. Evidence Based Resources
    • Available through Miner Online
      • Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
      • Essential Evidence Plus
      • Best Evidence
      • UpToDate & PIER
      • Journals that summarize primary research, including:
        • Evidence Based Medicine (ACP Journal Club)
        • Evidence-Based Nursing
        • Evidence-based Complementary & Alternative Medicine
    Nursing Research Council © 2008
  • 10. Evidence Based Resources
    • Available on the Internet – Free!
      • National Guidelines Clearinghouse
      • Health Services Technology/Assessment Texts
        • AHRQ’s Evidence Reports
        • Guide to Clinical Preventive Services
      • Briggs Institute for Evidence Based Nursing
      • RNAO Clinical Practice Guidelines
      • NYS Dept. of Health - Clinical Guidelines
      • National Institutes of Health
        • Use the search box to look for "practice guidelines" or "clinical guidelines."
    Nursing Research Council © 2008
  • 11. Evidence Based Resources
    • Professional & Other Organizations (Fee)
      • AACN (Am. Assoc. of Critical-Care Nurses )
        • Links to standards of care and other clinical practice information. Includes both free and "member-only" information, as well as links for purchasing published standards.
      • AWHONN (Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses)
        • Includes a list of the AWHONN-published evidence-based practice guidelines which are available for purchase. Summaries of the guidelines are available through the NGC by searching on "AWHONN."
      • Oncology Nursing Society
        • Includes information on evidence-based practice, as well as the Evidence-Based Resource Area , intended to: "provide nurses with a guide to identify, critically appraise and use evidence to solve clinical problems" and to "assist nurses...in developing evidence-based practice protocols."
    Nursing Research Council © 2008
  • 12. Nursing Research Council © 2008 ABCs of EBP
    • Easy Exchanges on
    • Evidence Based Practice
    • Session V: Integrating Evidence into Practice
    • Tuesday, March 25, 2008 7:45 a.m. & 2 p.m.