The EBP Bundle | JHEBP & Searching the Literature Combo Course
You asked for it, and we delivered! Everything you need to get your EBP project on the path to success.
The EBP Bundle includes TWO of our most popular courses! The Johns Hopkins Evidence-Based Practice Series and Searching the Literature: A Step-by-Step Guide, to give you everything you need to get your EBP project on the path to success. This course is perfect for individuals who are looking for a more in-depth review of searching the literature without having to purchase two separate courses.
The Johns Hopkins EBP course contains 5 modules that explain the EBP process from beginning to end. The Searching the Literature course includes 10 modules designed to help strengthen your literature search skills. Our experts will share simple steps, effective strategies, and time-saving tips, guiding you every step of the way.
- What is EBP?
- Developing your practice question
- Free and licensed databases
- Developing search strategies
- Citation managers
- Documenting your search
- Appraising Evidence
The Johns Hopkins EBP/Searching the Literature combo course is designed for individual nurses or for broad use by health care organizations and schools of nursing. It is perfect for anyone wanting to strengthen their EBP knowledge and develop an effective literature search strategy.
Discounted pricing available for groups and institutions, contact us for details.
Johns Hopkins Health System clinical staff and JHU School of Nursing faculty/students are welcome to take this series of courses at a discounted rate. To access the coupon code, go to the JHH Nursing Intranet. If you are with JHHS or JHUSON, but aren't able to access the coupon, Contact us.
This work is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment or individual root cause analysis
Thank you to the following Johns Hopkins EBP Steering Committee members who contributed their knowledge and expertise the development of this course: K. Bissett, L.Costa, M. Cvach, D. Dang, S. Dearholt, S. Dudley-Brown, S. Kulik, H. Mark, M.Olsen, J. Shaefer, M. Terhaar, K. White, S. Verillo.
Searching the Literature Course
Created in partnership between the Welch Medical Library and the Entrepreneurial Library Program
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- Statement of Contact Hours: This 7.0 contact hour educational activity is provided by The Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing. The 7.0 contact hours will be awarded after the completion of all course modules and the submission of the final course evaluation.
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- 7.00 ANCC
- 7.00 Attendance
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