Kliniske vejlederes muligheder for tilegnelse af evidensbaseret viden: Et pilotprojekt af et interventionsprogram for kliniske vejledere

Emilie Marie Andres, Bente Malig Larsen, Lis Wagner, professor, Enheden for Sygeplejeforskning, SDU

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Abstract

Background. The clinical nurses responsible for the nurse students during their clinical placement lack sufficient competences such as reading and assessing research articles, to be used in evidence-based practice.
Purpose. Through the conduction of an intervention programme to investigate which learning processes are required to be able to use evidence-based knowledge to solve actual problems in nursing.
Design. Four clinical nurses from four different hospital wards carried out individually an intervention programme.
Method. Qualitative interviews with the four clinical nurses were made before and after carrying through the intervention programme.
Results. The analysis has three themes, the clinical nurse experience of issues in nursing, search and assessment.
Discussion. The nurses have to learn to ask questions relating to normal procedures in nursing. The search process contains several elements that the nurses have to practice regularly. To learn assessing research articles can motivate the nurses.

OriginalsprogDansk
TidsskriftKlinisk sygepleje
Vol/bind25. årgang
Udgave nummernr. 4
Sider (fra-til)48-61
Antal sider14
ISSN0902-2767
StatusUdgivet - jan. 2011

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