Evaluating evidence-based practice within critical care.

@article{ONeal2008EvaluatingEP,
  title={Evaluating evidence-based practice within critical care.},
  author={Helen O'Neal and Alison L. Gray and Angela Thompson},
  journal={Nursing in critical care},
  year={2008},
  volume={13 3},
  pages={
          169-77
        }
}
BACKGROUND AND AIMS Between 2002-2005 the Trust undertook an action research project to evaluate a corporate practice development strategy. During this period clinicians became practitioner-researchers utilising a variety of methods to evaluate the influence of practice development. One aspect of this focused upon evaluation of evidence based guidelines. This article concentrates upon this process and the learning from this within critical care. METHOD Within critical care it was recognised… CONTINUE READING

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