Information literacy as the foundation for evidence-based practice in graduate nursing education: a curriculum-integrated approach.

@article{Jacobs2003InformationLA,
  title={Information literacy as the foundation for evidence-based practice in graduate nursing education: a curriculum-integrated approach.},
  author={Susan Kaplan Jacobs and P. L. Rosenfeld and Judith Haber},
  journal={Journal of professional nursing : official journal of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing},
  year={2003},
  volume={19 5},
  pages={320-8}
}
As part of a system-wide initiative to advance evidence-based practice among clinicians, graduate students, and educators, the New York University Division of Nursing embarked on a curricular initiative to integrate components of information literacy in all core courses of the master's program. Increasing competency in information literacy is the foundation for evidence-based practice and provides nursing professionals with the skills to be literate consumers of information in an electronic… CONTINUE READING

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