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SUNY-Downstate Medical Research Library of Brooklyn: Evidence-Based Nursing Practice

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Evidently Cochrane is a blog about evidence-based nursing practice that is part of the Cochrane Library. It discusses real experience about  about putting Best Nursing Evidence into practice.  Like the entire Cochrane library, this blog is British based.  Some postings are particular to British nursing.  Most are not. 

Implementing PVC Guidelines were the subject of one posting on Evidently Cochrane.  Nurses discussed  how administrative support influenced adaption (or not) of the latest best practice guidelines.  

A Test of the ARCC© Model Improves Implementation of Evidence‐Based Practice, Healthcare Culture, and Patient Outcomes

This article by Melnyk and others (2016) purports that only her model of evidence based practice has shown that it can be successfully implemented.  

Cochrane Evidence on catheter washouts: from Twitter to the Bedside

Another Evidently Cochrane blog post on using evidence based research to improve nursing practice.