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The need for an evidence base for nursing practice is widely accepted. However, what evidence is and how nurses might appraise and apply it to their practice is still a matter of some debate, which can leave the novice nurse feeling confused. This book uses clear language to help the reader develop skills in the identification, appraisal and application of evidence for nursing practice. It guides the reader in the development of underpinning skills such as reflection, critical thinking and research, which allow the nurse to make sense of all the different forms of information and evidence that influence practice.
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Peter Ellis is Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing at Canterbury Christ Church University where he teaches leadership and management, research and other subjects at pre-registration, post-registration and post-graduate level. Prior to joining Canterbury, Peter was Senior Nurse - Renal Outpatient’s and Research Projects Manager at King’s College Hospital, London.Review:
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′This book is an excellent text for students at all stages of their course, either for introducing or developing their understanding of Evidence-based practice. It is easy to read and identifies resources for the readers to access′ -
Karen Hayward, University Campus Suffolk
′An excellent text, I have recommended it to the students who are undertaking my Evidence Based Health Care & Research Module. Thank you′ -
Lisa Whiting, University of Hertfordshire
′An excellent introductory text for those students moving on from understanding research methods, to critiquing and evaluating the evidence. A great companion volume to Ellis′ Understanding Research for Nursing Students′ -
Anji Waring, University of Plymouth
′An excellent text which will guide the student to understand the importance of evidence in application to nursing practice. The case studies are particularly helpful in demonstrating the link to nursing practice′ -
Marguerita Leyden, University of Salford
This text is a useful companion for the students as they develop through the programme. The chapters are supported by useful references and web links for them to further develop their reading. It is very readable and students will be able to dip in and out in relation to their assignment, practice placement or issue of interest. (Caroline E Gibson 2013-10-03)
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