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‘What do Cadbury’s Creme Eggs and dropped bananas have to do with empirical research in schools?’ I hear you ask.
The first problem that education researchers have is controlling all the different things that can affect their data. 776 more words
The beginning of the end… I recently received a new, unexpected diagnosis when I went to a skilled EMDR therapist for help with chronic pain: Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD- DSM-IV definition and PTSD DSM-5 definition). 32 more words
In this final post on the potential conflict between Evidence Based Practice (EBP) and Patient Centred Care (PCC) I consider those situations in which your client or the client’s family persists in a course of action that you may feel is not evidence based. 1,264 more words
If you want to know what someone thinks or feels, you ask them, right?
The same is true in research, but it is good to know the pros and cons of using the “self-report method” of collecting data in order to answer a research question. 400 more words
Evaluation of Nursing Documentation Completion of Stroke Patients in the Emergency Department: A Pre-Post Analysis Using Flowsheet Templates and Clinical Decision Support
Date of publication: 16th December 2015
Publication type: Journal Article
In a nutshell:
The primary aim of this performance improvement project was to determine whether the electronic health record implementation of stroke-specific nursing documentation flowsheet templates and clinical decision support alerts improved the nursing documentation of eligible stroke patients in seven stroke-certified emergency departments. 238 more words