Using an interactive journal club to enhance nursing research knowledge acquisition, appraisal, and application.

@article{Steenbeek2009UsingAI,
  title={Using an interactive journal club to enhance nursing research knowledge acquisition, appraisal, and application.},
  author={Audrey Steenbeek and Nancy Edgecombe and Joel Durling and A. Leblanc and Rosemary Anderson and Ruth Bainbridge},
  journal={International journal of nursing education scholarship},
  year={2009},
  volume={6},
  pages={Article12}
}
Nursing practice is intricate and multifaceted. It requires the application of current, health-related research. Nurses are expected to employ evidence-informed practice in making decisions about the clinical care of their clients. A journal club is one method that can help promote an increased awareness of research, educating students to critique and use research findings. In this descriptive pilot study, the use of a journal club was evaluated. University undergraduate nursing students (N=35… CONTINUE READING

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