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Critical thinking and the use of evidence based practice
GEHC-GSS-TTOD-NU3426
Soft Skills
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Interpreting and using research and evidence-based practice in clinical practice helps to ensure best practices and promotes positive outcomes for patients; however, it is often difficult for nurses to devote time to these activities as the daily demands of practice often take precedence. This program reviews key strategies for implementing evidence-based practice and research in clinical practice. Information in this program is valuable for hospitals intending to improve their clinical practice and those interested in achieving the Magnet® honor. Content presented includes concepts on the critical or fundamental thought processes that occur as a clinician develops ideas. Strategies for integrating evidence-based practice and research initiatives in nursing are discussed. Examples of ongoing initiatives being conducted at a variety of clinical settings are also highlighted. By the end of this program, the participants should be able to  •  Discuss the relationship between critical thinking, research, and evidence-based practice.  •  Review the process of translating evidence-based practice into practical clinical application.  •  Identify strategies for implementing evidence-based practice and research in clinical practice.  •  List examples of using evidence-based practice and research in acute and critical care.

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