How trustworthy is your information? Developing the RCN information literacy competences. Judy Atkinson, RCN LIS Manager, & Caroline Lynch, RCN Information Literacy Specialist. About the RCN.
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How trustworthy is your information? Developing the RCN information literacy competences
Judy Atkinson, RCN LIS Manager, & Caroline Lynch, RCN Information Literacy Specialist
Outcome: Revised RCN Competences
Competences for Nursing
(RCN Competence framework clustering KSF dimensions to reflect nursing’s contribution)
‘Having access to the latest research in itself does not constitute evidence-based practice. It is the appropriate use of this information for the individual patient and individual context that marks the transition from evidence being simply information to being best practice.’Gordon J and Watts C (2011)