Continuing Nursing Education Courses
Evidence-Based Nursing: The Joanna Briggs Approach Program
The courses listed below can be purchased individually but are also available as part of a package for the Evidence-Based Nursing: The Joanna Briggs Approach Program.
Nursing Knowledge International (NKI) is the official distributor of STTI CNE courses.
Evidence-Based Nursing: The Joanna Briggs Approach, Part 1
CNE Awarded: 3.7 Contact Hours
Part 1 focuses on what evidence-based practice is and its history. This program is designed to educate nurses in the fundamentals of the Joanna Briggs Institute’s evidence-based nursing process. The lessons within this part are:
- Lesson 1: History and Origin of Evidence-Based Health Care
- Lesson 2: The Evidence-Based Health Care Debate
- Lesson 3: Understanding the Generation of Health Care Evidence
- Lesson 4: Clinical Wisdom and the Use of Evidence
Evidence-Based Nursing: The Joanna Briggs Approach, Part 2
CNE Awarded: 4.9 Contact Hours
Part 2 emphasizes how to search for evidence-based practice and interpret the results. To be useful in practice, evidence must first be presented in an applicable, user-friendly format. The transfer of this evidence remains one of the greatest challenges still facing the evidence-based practice movement and its success requires a multi-dimensional approach. The lessons within this part are:
- Lesson 1: What is Evidence for Practice?
- Lesson 2: Searching for Evidence
- Lesson 3: Critically Appraising Quantitative Research Evidence
- Lesson 4: Critically Appraising Qualitative Research Evidence
- Lesson 5: Summarizing Evidence
Evidence-Based Nursing: The Joanna Briggs Approach, Part 3
CNE Awarded: 6.4 Contact Hours
Part 3 explains how to use evidence-based practice. Nurses are at the front line of this change and are the key facilitators of applying research findings into routine patient care. The lessons within this part are:
- Lesson 1: Understanding Levels of Evidence
- Lesson 2: Understanding Systematic Reviews
- Lesson 3: Using Evidence-Based Guidelines
- Lesson 4: Using Evidence
- Lesson 5: Clinical Audit
- Lesson 6: Conducting a Clinical Audit
- Lesson 7: Consumer Influence on EBHC
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