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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Judy Atkinson, RCN LIS Manager, & Caroline Lynch, RCN Information Literacy Specialist
Outcome: Revised RCN Competences information literacy 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)