Presentation on theme: "Research in Nursing: Evidence Based Practice Associate Professor Dianne Roy 12 March 2015"— Presentation transcript:
Research in Nursing: Evidence Based Practice Associate Professor Dianne Roy 12 March 2015 email@example.com
Session Outline Evidence based practice Research Identifying research reports – Types of literature Research articles Scholarly opinion articles Finding research
Evidence Based Practice “the integration of the best research evidence with clinical expertise and patient values” (Sackett and others, 2000, as cited in White, 2013, p. 10) A competency requirement for registered nurses in NZ Evidence based decision making is fundamental to providing high quality care to clients – Informed by an evaluation of the available evidence – An active process involving: Recognised information need Forming a focused clinical question Searching for most appropriate evidence Critically appraising the retrieved evidence Incorporating the evidence into action/practice Evaluating the effects (See McCormack & Crisp, 2013; Thompson et al., 2004)
Research “A systematic process used to confirm and refine existing knowledge and to build new knowledge” (Usher & Mills, 2012, p. 11). Research knowledge sits alongside other forms of knowledge in guiding nursing practice: Tradition and custom Authority Trial and error Personal experience Intuition Reasoning (Review: Usher & Mills, 2012, pp. 7-12)
Linking the domains of research, knowledge, and evidence-based practise (Source: Usher & Mills, 2012, p. 6)
“Research must be critically read and evaluated, as well as aligned with other forms of professional evidence before it can be implemented and practice changed” (Schneider & Whitehead, 2007, p. 5). So what does research look like? How do we access research?
Types of Literature News items Commentaries Scholarly opinion article Research report/article Systematic review The type of article and the journal editorial policy dictates what an article looks like Let’s compare: ScholarlyQuantitativeQualitative ScholarlyQuantitativeQualitative
Recognising Research Articles Know the parts of a journal article – Abstract - the first clue lies here, but you can be fooled – Introduction/background – Literature review – Aim of the study/research question – Study design – Ethical considerations – Sample/participants – Data collection – Data analysis – Findings/results – Discussion – Summary/conclusions ScholarlyQuantitativeQualitative
How do we find research articles? Hard copy – journal holdings (Unitec Library) Databases – e.g. Ebsco > CINAHL, Medline etc. – Specialist data bases (accessed through Unitec Library database list) Joanna Briggs – see examplesee example Cochrane Collaboration – access exampleaccess example Websites – check quality of information: – Trusted websites – Origin (.com,.org,.govt,.ac or.edu) (See, Fitzgerald & Stokes, 2012; Ribbons, 2012 )
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