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Select this Text to enter/edit Title of Your Poster – You can change size also if necessary. Select & enter presenter(s) Full Name with middle initial, credentials, and organizational affiliation. See example on next line.
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Select this Text to enter/edit Title of Your Poster – You can change size also if necessary
Select & enter presenter(s) Full Name with middle initial, credentials, and organizational affiliation. See example on next line.
Caroline E. Brown, DEd, CNS, WHNP; Evidence-Based Practice & Research Coordinator; UC San Diego Medical Center
AIMS / PURPOSE
Here would be a paragraph about the catalyst that prompted you to do the work you’re doing. And what your purpose is in doing it.
Any text you see on this template can be selected and typed over or deleted. Some of the words are prompts for nurses in the EBP Institute, but what you chose to say is up to you. These are not hard & fast categories—only prompts; use what works best for you.
Describe the participants studied
Describe what you did differently
Describe the comparison group (might be the way it was currently being done prior to your project)
What did you discover?
Description of Innovation
What is your research design framework? Is it a qualitative or quantitative study. Look in your notes from day 3 (March 12) for your worksheet. If you’re not sure, talk to your mentor, the CNS from your institution, or Dr. Judy Davidson who taught this section.
IRB Approval statement
Including setting, sample & sampling method
NOTE: This is just a template. Any headers and text, except the UC San Diego logo (and the background color), can be edited and moved as needed. Select & type over or delete any text on this template for your poster.
Might present your data in charts or graphs… most can be used with simple copy & paste.
Replace, move, resize, OR DELETE graphics, as necessary.
Here is where you write up implications and significance of the innovation; your analysis of the results.
This is where you say what’s next. What other EBP project or research is needed in this area?
Results are the change brought about by your innovation; generally presented in paragraph or bulleted format, whichever works best for your project. Results do not include your opinion about them; just the facts go here.
with tables or graphs you can use Insert “picture” from file or just copy & paste.
Select & start typing here with catalyst / an explanation of what brought you to choose the project, PI data, how (if) it aligns with strategic goals of your institution or unit, etc.
Synopsis of Evidence
How is it useful / valued for whoever your population is (i.e. might be nurses or patients)
Benetti, M. C., & Marchese, T. (1996). Primary care for women: Management of common musculoskeletal disorders. Journal of Nurse-Midwifery, 41(2), 173-187.
Brown, C. E., Wickline, M. A., Ecoff, L., & Glaser, D. (2009). Nursing practice, knowledge, attitudes and perceived barriers to evidence-based practice at an academic medical center. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 65(2), 371-381.
Carr, E. R. (2008). Quality of life for our patients: How media images and messages influence their perceptions. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 12(1), 43-51.
Dibsie, L. G. (2008). Implementing evidence-based practice to prevent skin breakdown. Critical Care Nursing Quarterly, 31(2), 140-149.
Kendall, J., & Hatton, D. (2002). Racism as a source of health disparity in families with children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Advances in Nursing Science, 25(2), 22-39.
Sadler, G. R. et al. (2001). Asian Indian women: Knowledge, attitudes and behaviors toward breast cancer early detection. Public Health Nursing, 18(5), 357-363.
NOTE: don’t forget your References! This example is APA format. You can use any style format you like; just be consistent. Ask your librarian if you need help with this. It’s also a good idea to ask someone to proofread your poster before you have it printed.
Pictures can be inserted. Do not stretch them though – that will make them distorted or pixelated when you print! Images especially look different on the screen than they do in print. You can select & delete the picture & this instruction box.