The research utilization process: the use of guided imagery to reduce anxiety.

@article{Royle1996TheRU,
  title={The research utilization process: the use of guided imagery to reduce anxiety.},
  author={J. Andrew Royle and Jennifer Mary Blythe and Carolyn Ingram and Alba DiCenso and N Bhatnager and Claudine Potvin},
  journal={Canadian oncology nursing journal = Revue canadienne de nursing oncologique},
  year={1996},
  volume={6 1},
  pages={
          20-5
        }
}
In the rapidly changing health care environment, nurses need to keep current with developments, assess their applicability to practice, and make changes where appropriate. There is evidence that nursing research is underutilized and that a considerable gap exists between nursing research and practice (Bostrum & Suter, 1993; Brett, 1987; Sokop & Coyle, 1990). The objectives of a study carried out on a bone marrow transplant unit in a teaching hospital were to: (1) by introducing a framework for… CONTINUE READING
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