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EVIDENCE BASED
NURSING PRACTICE
BY
Mr ananthakrishnan
asst.professor
Teerthanker mahaveer university
college of nursing
 EVIDENCED BASED NURSING PRACTICE
is the process by which nurses make clinical
decisions using the best available researc...
 30-45% of patients not receiving care
according to scientific evidence
 20-25% of care provided is not needed or
potent...
Evidence Based nursing practice solves
problems encountered by nurses by
carrying out four Steps.
1. Clearly identify the ...
2. Perform literature search for relevant
information .
3.Evaluate the research evidence for
scientific merit , using enab...
 These selected models and frameworks can
be used to understand the contextual factors
that could play important roles in...
Conceptual Model
• A set of relatively abstract & general
concepts that address phenomena of
central interest to a discipl...
Assess + Evaluate Monitor
Practice
Environment
Potential
Adopters
Innovation
Interventions Adoption Outcomes
 Stetler model of research utilizatiion
 Iowa model of research in practice
 Ottawa model of research use
 Evidence ba...
 The Ottawa Model of Research Use (OMRU)
is an interactive model developed by Logan
and Graham (1998). The feasibility an...
Cont…
 The OMRU views research use as a
dynamic process of interconnected
decisions and actions by different
individuals ...
 The model has gone through some revisions
since its inception. The most recent version of
the OMRU (Graham & Logan, 2004...
 Critical thinker
 Culturally competent
 Knowledgeable co-ordinator
 Politically aware
 Ethically and Legally grounde...
Everything has changed but ourways of thinking.if thesedo not changewe
drift towards unparalleled catastrophe
(Albert Eins...
Evidence based nursing practice
Evidence based nursing practice
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Evidence based nursing practice

  1. 1. EVIDENCE BASED NURSING PRACTICE BY Mr ananthakrishnan asst.professor Teerthanker mahaveer university college of nursing
  2. 2.  EVIDENCED BASED NURSING PRACTICE is the process by which nurses make clinical decisions using the best available research evidence, their clinical expertise and patient preferences.
  3. 3.  30-45% of patients not receiving care according to scientific evidence  20-25% of care provided is not needed or potentially harmful (Schuster et al., 1998; Grol 2001)
  4. 4. Evidence Based nursing practice solves problems encountered by nurses by carrying out four Steps. 1. Clearly identify the issue or problem based on accurate analysis of current nursing knowledge and practice
  5. 5. 2. Perform literature search for relevant information . 3.Evaluate the research evidence for scientific merit , using enabling criteria 4.Select interventions and justify them ,with the most valid evidence
  6. 6.  These selected models and frameworks can be used to understand the contextual factors that could play important roles in the success or failure of the knowledge translation effort should be taken into consideration in all stages of the knowledge translation( KT) process.
  7. 7. Conceptual Model • A set of relatively abstract & general concepts that address phenomena of central interest to a discipline •Broad descriptions those concepts •Propositions that state relatively abstract & general relations between 2 or more of the concepts
  8. 8. Assess + Evaluate Monitor Practice Environment Potential Adopters Innovation Interventions Adoption Outcomes
  9. 9.  Stetler model of research utilizatiion  Iowa model of research in practice  Ottawa model of research use  Evidence based multi-disiplinary practice model.  Model for change to evidence based practice.  Centre for advanced nursing practice model
  10. 10.  The Ottawa Model of Research Use (OMRU) is an interactive model developed by Logan and Graham (1998). The feasibility and effectiveness of using the OMRU in actual practice contexts was supported by findings from a number of studies .
  11. 11. Cont…  The OMRU views research use as a dynamic process of interconnected decisions and actions by different individuals relating to each of the model elements (Logan & Graham, 1998). This model addresses the implementation of existing research knowledge.
  12. 12.  The model has gone through some revisions since its inception. The most recent version of the OMRU (Graham & Logan, 2004) Includes six key elements:  Evidence-based innovation  Potential adopters  The practice environment  Implementation of interventions  Adoption of the innovation  Outcomes resulting from implementation of the innovation
  13. 13.  Critical thinker  Culturally competent  Knowledgeable co-ordinator  Politically aware  Ethically and Legally grounded  Effective communicator  Competent provider of health care  Responsible manager  Understands relationshiprelationships
  14. 14. Everything has changed but ourways of thinking.if thesedo not changewe drift towards unparalleled catastrophe (Albert Einstein)

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