NUR 302 - Principles and Application of Evidence for Nursing Practice for RN to BS Students

3 credits ( 3 didactic hours )

Description:

This course provides a foundational overview of evidence-based practice and the critical appraisal of best evidence literature.  The course is designed to teach evidence-based practice skills that will enable the RN-BS student to conduct evaluations of existing literature related to improving patient care.  Students learn to formulate clinical questions in an answerable format, search for and identify best evidence, and appraise that evidence for rigor and applicability to a clinical problem. Basic principles of scientific inquiry, quantitative and qualitative research methods, research ethics, and protection of human subjects are introduced in the context of clinically relevant research.

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