Registered nurses' evidence-based practice: a longitudinal study of the first five years after graduation.

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BACKGROUND The capacity to provide evidence-based practice is one of five core competencies that it is proposed all healthcare professions should possess to meet the needs of the 21st century healthcare system. New nurses are faced with a challenging work environment which, combined with shortcomings in undergraduate education and their limited clinical… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2012.07.007

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@article{Rudman2012RegisteredNE, title={Registered nurses' evidence-based practice: a longitudinal study of the first five years after graduation.}, author={Ann Rudman and Petter J Gustavsson and Anna Ehrenberg and Anne-Marie Bostr{\"o}m and Lars Wallin}, journal={International journal of nursing studies}, year={2012}, volume={49 12}, pages={1494-504} }