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This series is designed to empower nephrology nurses with knowledge, skills, and confidence to utilize evidence-based practice. Although evidence-based practice involves practical application of the research being conducted throughout the nephrology arena, it can be intimidating to those who believe that research is complex and difficult. This series is designed to increase the ease with which practicing nurses can determine the appropriateness of research found in various venues, particularly those nurses who have been hesitant to begin their journey into working with the evidence that serves as the backbone for improving nursing practice.

Contact Hours available through: 7/1/2012

For contact hour credit, review the PDF thoroughly and then complete the CNE exam.
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Module 01 - Quick and Easy Access to Information - Evidence-Based Practice 

CNE credit for this article has expired.
Author:
Joni Walton , PhD, RN, ACNS-BC
 
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This module is intended for the nurse who feels intimidated by reading, searching for, and utilizing research in practice. In today's world this must include the use of the internet as well as the familiar use of journals and libraries. Evidence-based practice involves practical application of the research being done throughout the nephrology world and these modules are designed to increase the ease with which the practicing nurse can determine the appropriateness of research found in various venues.

At the completion of this module the learner will be able to:
    1) Identify two search engines to find research.
    2) Explain the value of the Cochran Data Base with regard to evidence-based practice.
    3) Describe the types of information that can be found on the Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality (AHRQ).

 
Module 02 - How to do a Literature Review 

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Author:
Kathryn Spiegel , RN PhD
 
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This is the second program in a series of education modules developed by the members of the ANNA research committee.

At the completion of this presentation, the learner will be able to:
    1) Explain the rationale for a literature review
    2) Review the scope of the literature review
    3) Discuss the types of literature included in a comprehensive review
    4) Demonstrate knowledge of web-based resources for nephrology nursing research

 
Module 03 - Evidence-Based Practice for Nephrology Nursing 

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Author:
Terran Mathers , PhD, RN
 
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The position paper on evidence-based practice (EBP) from the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International (2005) defines evidence-based nursing as "an integration of the best evidence available, nursing expertise, and the values and preferences of the individuals, families, and communities who are served".

Let's determine now, for ourselves, what is involved in EBP and what needs to be considered for integration of this concept into nephrology nursing to make our practice the best for our patients.

At the end of this presentation, the participant will be able to:
    1) Explain the importance of Evidence Based Practice (EBP) in nephrology nursing.
    2) List the steps of EBP.
    3) Identify four internet resources/databases where previous research may be located.
    4) Recognize potential barriers to EBP within an organization so that strategies may be planned to overcome them.

 
Module 04 - How to Turn a Problem Into a Research Project 

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Author:
Heather Beanlands , PhD, RN
 
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This module is part of a continuing education series developed by members of the ANNA Research Committee.

At the completion of this module the learner will be able to:
    1) Describe the phases of the research process
    2) Identify sources of research problems
    3) Describe the process of formulating a research problem
    4) Describe the elements of a "researchable" problem

 
Module 05 - Qualitative Research: Methods and Evaluation 

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Author:
Joni Walton , PhD, RN, ACNS-BC
 
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This is the fifth education module in a series for transforming research into practice developed by members of the ANNA research committee.

At the completion of this module, the learner will:
    1) Describe two basic guiding philosophic principles of qualitative research
    2) Identify two different types of established qualitative research methodologies
    3) Discuss two concerns with generic qualitative research
    4) List components of qualitative rigor.

 
Module 06 - Creating a Journal Club 

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Author:
Janet L. Welch , DNS, RN, CNS
 
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This is the sixth education module in a series for transforming research into practice developed by members of the ANNA research committee.

At the completion of this module, the learner will:
    1) Define a journal club
    2) Describe approaches used when implementing a journal club
    3) Identify issues to consider when implementing a journal club in nephrology nursing

 
Module 07 - Critiquing Quantitative Research 

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Author:
Cynthia Russell , PhD, RN, ACNS-BC
 
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This is the seventh education module in a series for transforming research into practice developed by members of the ANNA research committee.

At the completion of this module, the learner will:
    1) Describe 2 reasons for evaluating quantitative research.
    2) Identify 5 sections of quantitative research reports.
    3) Discuss the 5 components of the methods section of a quantitative research report.

 
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