Evidenced Base Nursing
The assigned book (IT IS MUST TO BE UTILIZED FOR THIS WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT) for our course is the following book below and include the PDF file attached titled “Evidence-Based Nursing Practice the Time Is Right” as part of your references as well. Please make sure to utilize APA In-Text citation correctly/appropriately and APA Reference correctly/appropriately:
• Dearholt, S. L., & Dang, D. (2012). Johns Hopkins nursing evidence-based practice: Model and guidelines (2nd ed.). Indianapolis, IN: Sigma Theta Tau International.
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QUESTIONS BY THE PROFESSOR THAT NEED TO BE ANSWERED:
Nurses can contribute to the policies and procedures that are created based on the nursing tasks we do. Being that nurses are at the bedside 24/7/365 days a year, nurses are at the forefront of clinical care.
Nurses see what works, what doesn’t and what can be done better. Using this information, implementing practices, in addition to quality Evidence Based Practice (EBP) research nurses can make a safer environment and level of care for our patients.
Organizations need to allow time for nurses to implement EBP! (Keep in mind that I work as a Correctional Nurse that is employed by the largest Jail System in the United States of America, which is the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Medical Services Bureau.)
• Do you feel this time is provided?
• Why? How? or Why not?
• How does a nurse contribute to nursing research in your current nursing setting (CORRECTIONAL NURSING SETTING)?
• How do you utilize research through EBP in this setting (CORRECTIONAL NURSING SETTING)?
• What is a problem you see in your current clinical practice that could be addressed by an EBP project (AFRICAN AMERICAN MALE INMATES NOT USING PROTECTIVE SAFE SEX MEASURES WHEN ENGAGING IN SEXUAL ACTIVITIES WITH OTHER MEN WHILE INCARCERATED)?
• What are some solutions you would propose for the problem?
Please include in the following In-Text Citation below in your essay/course work:
Lorry Schoenly (2009, p. 10) cited in the article in the National Commission on Correctional Health Care CorrectCare magazine titled “Evidence-Based Nursing Practice the Time Is Right!” the following regarding evidence based practice:
“Judging from the response to a recent NCCHC conference session, interest is growing for application of evidence-based nursing practice (EBNP) in correctional health care. Susan Laffan, RN, CCHP-A, considers this a perfect time to apply the evidence-based approach to nursing care. “The trend toward evidence-based practice is growing in the nursing profession,” says Laffan, a consultant based in Toms River, NJ. “Our, clinical practice should rest on solid research evidence where possible.” In fact, the origins of the modern nursing profession in the 1800s with Florence Nightingale included seeds of EBNP. In her 1861 landmark book, Notes on Nursing, she states, “The most important practical lesson that can be given to nurses is to teach them what to observe—how to observe—what symptoms indicate improvement—which are of none—which are the evidence of neglect—and what kind of neglect.”
Barskey, A. E., Babu, A. S., Hernandez, A., & Espinoza, L. (2016). Patterns and Trends of Newly Diagnosed
HIV Infections among Adults and Adolescents in Correctional and Noncorrectional Facilities, United States, 2008-2011. American Journal Of Public Health, 106(1), 103-109. doi:10.2105/AJPH.2015.302868. Retrieved on August 28, 2016, from
Dearholt, S. L., & Dang, D. (2012). Johns Hopkins nursing evidence-based practice: Model and guidelines
(2nd ed.). Indianapolis, IN: Sigma Theta Tau International. ISBN-13: 978-1-935476-59, EPUB AND Mobi ISBN: 978-935476-60-03, PDF ISBN: 978-1-935476-61-0
Schoenly, L. (2009). Evidence-Based Nursing Practice The Time Is Right! CorrectCare; The magazine of
National Commission on Correctional Health Care. Spring 2009, Vol. 23, Issue 2. Retrieved on August 28, 2016, from