Developing a Nursing Research & Evidence-Based Practice Committee Nora Moti RN, MSN 2005 - 2007. A Calling. Interested in Nursing Research?. Nurses have a voice in your practice. Fontana Nursing Research (NRC) Committee is dedicated
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Developing a Nursing Research & Evidence-Based Practice Committee Nora Moti RN, MSN2005 - 2007
(Messmer, et al, 2002; Glass, 1999)
(Flemings, et al, 2003)
To evaluate and generate nursing knowledge (nursing research and evidence-based practice) to guide practice in order to improve patient outcomes.
1) Literature searches (Fontana Library, Web-sites such
as Pub Med, Cinahl)
2) Nursing research and EBP education for all members.
Each committee member researched videos from
Nursing Research Video Conference Series and
presented to group.
3) LMP Training
4) Human Subject Ethics Training, HIPAA for research
5) EBP evaluation form for critiquing
Identification of a problem based on current nursing knowledge and practice.
Literature search for relevant information related to best practices.
Evaluation of literature (scientific merit, validity, reliability)
Disseminate new knowledge and interventions that are justified by the most valid evidence.
An Organizational culture that:
(Fink, et al, 2005)
(Fink, et al, 2005)
Fink, R., Thompson, C.J., & Bonnes, D. (2005) Overcoming barriers and promoting the use of
research in practice. Journal of Nursing Administration, 35(3): 121-129
Flemings, E., Hazelett, S., & Brunt, B. (2003). Journal of Nursing Administration, 33(10):
Messmer, P. R., Jones, S.G., & Rosillo, C. (2002). Using nursing research projects to meet
magnet recognition program standards. Journal of Nursing Administration, 32(10): 538-543
Glass, E. (1999)> Importance of research to practice. Mateo, M., & Kirchoff, K. (Eds.). Using
and Conducting Research in the Clinical Setting. (2nd ed.). Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders.