EBP in Action | 2021 Video Series
Bringing EBP to the Bedside: Using the Johns Hopkins Evidence-Based Practice Model
This six-part series showcases how six clinicians used the Johns Hopkins EBP model to positively impact patient care.
EBP project presentations include:
- How Chaplains Improved the Spiritual and Emotional Well-being of Bedside Nurses
- Best Practices for Bladder Management to Prevent Urinary Tract Infections
- EBP Project: External Female Urinary Collection Device Use
- What are the Best Practices for Nursing Management and Care of Chest Tubes in the Inpatient Setting?
- Identifying a C.Diff Risk Assessment Tool
- Reducing Delirium in the Critical Care Unit Utilizing Evidence-Based Nurse Driven Interventions
"All aspects of the course were very well done. The variety of projects was very helpful in learning the process - it was most helpful as the same processes were discussed in each presentation making this understandable and showing the power that use of processes have in bringing about change. Excellent work - this shows that all nurses and colleagues can bring about change in their organizations. Quite empowering! Thank you."
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Any healthcare clinician that wants to learn about the EBP process and how it was put into practice.
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- 2.50 ANCC