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Annual Conference 2012


030 - Developing an Evidence-Based Practice Project in the Real World


Sep 19, 2012 6:30pm ‐ Sep 19, 2012 9:45pm

Standard: $95.00
Members: $75.00

Description

This session assists advanced practice nurses, DNP students, and graduates in developing evidence-based practice projects in clinical settings. Participants learn the PET (practice question, evidence, and translation) process of translating evidence into an evidence-based practice project. They will identify and begin to formulate an answerable question related to older adults using the PICOT format. Moreover, they will learn how to conduct an evidence search using various databases demonstrated by a research librarian. Finally, participants will practice appraising the research evidence for strength and quality using a published clinical study.



Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the PET (practice question, evidence, and translation) process of translating evidence into an evidence-based practice project.
  • Identify and develop a practice question and learn to formulate an answerable question using PICOT format.
  • Outline how to conduct an evidence search using various databases.
  • Appraise the research and non-research evidence for strength and quality.

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