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Be a driving force behind EBP
Learn why evidence is a must when it comes to quality patient care.
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Nurses cross into research
Nurses are doing the digging to find answers to their practice questions.
Get to the root of it
Master the basics of EBP and learn how to start your own project.
Research feeds good practice
Turn a patient care idea into practice by starting with solid research.
You hold the power
Bedside nurses have the ability to make significant practice changes.
Making the grade
Evidence is a moving target. Be ready to adjust EBP policies.
Protect the children
Pain management is a big deal when it comes to the littlest patients.
Meet a wound care expert
RN Nancy Morgan tells you what really works wound care.
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FREE CE: What's new in EBP?
Learn the latest about ICU sedation, CLABSIs, and more.
EBP blasts make an impact
A nurse successfully expands healthcare access for her patients.
Fuel career satisfaction
Use new evidence to transform your old practices.
CE Catalog
Boost your knowledge of EBP with these education modules.
Follow the evidence
You know EBP is important; now grasp the strategies behind it.
The journey continues
Driving interest in EBP is not always easy, but it’s worth the effort.
An unacceptable risk
Periop nurses are striving to decrease pressure ulcers.
Training days
Patient-centered care plus team science equals dazzling results.
Pregame practice
Nursing students are being to appreciate the value of EBP.
Poor self-care is a safety issue
Nurses who do not address fatigue can jeopardize patients.
Create a dream team
A children's hospital shows how interdisciplinary care pays off.
It's all about the team
Learn how the TeamSTEPPS strategy took shape.
Patient care gets revamped
A cancer center reboots bedside reporting and improves care.
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Happiness: The evidence behind the emotion
CE633
A sense of happiness and well-being has been linked to improved health and longevity. Knowing how to manage life’s circumstances to feel happier can improve physical and psychological health. This module reviews the science of happiness and studies done by positive psychologists and organizations dedicated to improving world happiness.
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Evidence-based nursing management of oral chemotherapy
CE623
As with parenteral chemotherapy, patient outcomes for oral therapy depend on effective patient education, adherence to the prescribed regimen, and management of treatment-related symptoms. This module provides nurses with an evidence-based overview of the effective management of patients receiving oral chemotherapy.
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EBP process: Translating research into practice
WEB328
Are you ready to change practice? Attend this webinar to learn how relevance, compatibility, and planning can help you translate research into practice.
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Alzheimer’s disease, Part 2: Living with Alzheimer’s disease
60255
Early diagnosis reduces overall costs due to earlier intervention, better assessment and planning of care, and the extension of time living in the community. This EBP, 1.8-contact hour CE course provides an overview of how healthcare providers and the interprofessional team can support the people living with AD.
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Critiquing research: Are the findings sound and applicable to my patients
WEB331
As you build your career experiences and progress as a professional, do you know how to accurately critique research for yourself and your patients? This webinar can help you evaluate or refine your research critique skills to assist you analyze research well and effect change appropriately.
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Suicide prevention: Assessment, treatment, risk management of at-risk populations
60242
This EBP, 6-contact hour CE course provides healthcare providers with the information to effectively recognize, assess, and manage the care of potentially suicidal patients in their practice. With this knowledge, healthcare providers will function more effectively in preventing suicides in their practice settings.
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Supporting an evidence-based nursing practice culture
WEB327
How can you serve as a link between knowledge generated from research and applying that knowledge to affect positively patient care and outcomes? Once you understand the importance of EBP and how to differentiate EBP from research, you can start influencing the development of a culture of EBP.
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Nursing theory: At the heart of practice
CE632
Theory development helps nurses view their work in a more insightful way, organizes nursing knowledge, and promotes the discovery of important new ways to advance nursing practice. This CE module enhances nurses’ understanding of the importance of using nursing theory to improve care for individuals, families and communities.
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Evidence-based practice in nursing
WEB326
Since nurses are accountable for outcomes, they need to be competent in not only understanding EBP, but also applying it. Learn how to discuss and explain the differences between research, EBP, and process improvement.
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Research in the clinical setting: Taking nursing to new heights
60140
Nursing continues to need sound studies to advance knowledge and support practice, yet incorporating research into the practice environment and culture of organizations remains a multifaceted challenge. This 2-contact hour CE activity provides nurses with information about the steps for developing research projects in the clinical setting.
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