S45077 Checked for plagiarism Yes Review by Single-blind Peer reviewer comments 3 Editor who approved publication: Professor Russell Taichman University of Michigan School of Nursing, Ann Arbor, MI, USA Background/purpose: Nurse managers (NMs) play an important role promoting evidence-based practice (EBP) on clinical units within hospitals.However, there is a dearth of research focused on NM perspectives about institutional contextual factors to support the goal of EBP on the clinical unit.To restore access and understand how to better interact with our site to avoid this in the future, please have your system administrator contact [email protected] summaries are written by the NCCMT to condense and to provide an overview of the resources listed in the Registry of Methods and Tools and to give suggestions for their use in a public health context.To stratify the sample, NMs were selected from nursing units designated as high or low performing based on implementation of EBP interventions, scores on the Meyer and Goes research use scale, and fall rates.Descriptive content analysis was used to identify themes that reflect the complex nature of infrastructure described by NMs and contextual influences that supported or hindered their promotion of EBP on the clinical unit.For more information on individual methods and tools included in the review, please consult the authors/developers of the original resources.
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Research use, in light of available supplemental evidence to aid decision making, provides the first step for research-related actions that result in evidence-informed practice.
Accepted for publication 9 February 2015 Published 24 June 2015 Volume 2015:7 Pages 29—39 DOI https://doi.org/10.2147/JHL.
For instance, this model is a useful guide to using research evidence in developing health messages for breastfeeding.
It is also useful for groups of practitioners given the task of developing common standards, tools, policies, etc.