NUR-530 Evidence Based Nursing Practice
Open only to RNs with a BSN degree.
The emphasis for this course is on the elements of evidence based practice. focus is placed on the cyclical process of identifying clinical questions, searching and appraising the evidence for potential solutions/innovations, planning and implementing practice changes, evaluating the outcomes and identifying additional gaps in nursing knowledge. integration of the existing evidence with clinical judgment, patient preferences, interprofessional perspectives and other resources form the basis for the clinical decision-making process that is inherent in improving patient, population and organizational outcomes. Processes for leading managing practice changes are explored.
Advisory: a course equivalent to HPS-200-OL Statistics for the Health Professions or STA-201 Principles of Statistics and also NUR-418 Research in Nursing is required to be successful in NUR-530-NG Evidence-Based Nursing Practice. Students are responsible for acquiring this knowledge prior to registering for NUR-530-NG.
Semester Hours: 3
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