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Nursing: Evidence Based Practice

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Procedures & Policies

     

               Lippincott Procedures

Your online source for instant, evidence-based procedure guidance at the point of care. With over 1,700 procedures and skills from a wide variety of nursing specialties including allied health, it combines the most trusted clinical content with powerful online workflow functionality that will enable you to save time, standardize care and deliver improved patient outcomes.

 

            THP Policy Search

This links to THP policy search via paradigm. It provides staff a reference to policies and procedures, clinical practice guidelines, medical directives and delegated controlled acts.

Evidence Based Practice & Guidelines

            Joanna Briggs Institute EBP

The Joanna Briggs Institute EBP Database provides access to a wide range of summarized and appraised evidence, to inform nursing clinical practice. This comprehensive range of resources includes over 3,000 records across seven publication types: Evidence Based Recommended Practices, Evidence Summaries, Best Practice Information Sheets, Systematic Reviews, Consumer Information Sheets, Systematic Review Protocols, and Technical Reports

Drug Information & Patient Education

                LexiComp

 

Provides clear, concise, point-of-care drug information, including dosing, administration, warnings and precautions, as well as clinical content, such as clinical practice guidelines, IV compatibility from Trissel's 2 Clinical Pharmaceutics Database, and other tools. GSA scheduled.

Patient Education

The Patient Education Module provides the capability to print complete patient educational packets with information on medications, conditions, and/or procedures. The condition/procedure leaflets are available in English and Spanish, while the adult- and pediatric-specific medication leaflets are available in up to 19 languages.

 

       UpToDate

Patient Education offers two levels of content for patients:

  • The Basics are short overviews. They are written in accordance with plain language principles and answer the four or five most important questions a person might have about a medical problem.
  • Beyond the Basics are longer, more detailed reviews. They are best for readers who want detailed information and are comfortable with some medical terminology.