Effectiveness of Digital Flipped Learning Evidence-Based Practice on Nurses’ Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice: A Quasi-Experimental Trial

  title={Effectiveness of Digital Flipped Learning Evidence-Based Practice on Nurses’ Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice: A Quasi-Experimental Trial},
  author={Wen Yi Chao and Li-Chi Huang and Hung-Chang Hung and Shih-Chang Hung and Tzung-Fang Chuang and Li-Yueh Yeh and Huichen Tseng},
Background: Evidence-based care has become critical in raising the quality of medical facilities. The implementation of evidence-based practice helps medical practitioners make better clinical decisions. Objective: The objective of this study was to investigate whether the innovative flipped teaching model could be as effective as the conventional teaching model in terms of knowledge, attitude, and practice and to confirm the continuous effect. Design: A quasi-experimental design using the… 

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