Ebt1 Essays

  • Wgu Ebt1 Task 1

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    Western Governors University Critique of Evidence Based Nursing EBT1 Task 1 October 20, 2013 A1. The article I chose to critique in APA format: Darouiche, R.O., Wall, M.J., Itani, K., Otterson, M.F., Webb, A.L., Carrick, M.M.,…Berger,D.H. (2010). “Chlorhexidine-alcohol versus Povidone-Iodine for Surgical-Site Antisepsis. The New England Journal of Medicine, 362, 18-26. A2. This chart depicts the five areas of the research report ARTICLE | Chlorhexidine-Alcohol versus Povidone-Iodine

  • Ebt1 Task 2

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    Task 2 EBT1 Task 2 Western Governors University A. Review Sources of Evidence EVIDENCE | A1) Source Type: Filtered, Unfiltered or General | A2) Appropriateness of Source Evidence | A3) Classification of Evidence: primary research, evidence summary, evidence-based guidelines, or none of these. | American Academy of Pediatrics and American Academy of Family Physicians. (2004). Clinical practice guideline: Diagnosis and management of acute otitis media. | The source of this evidence

  • Ebt1 Task 1

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    Task 1 Hand Hygiene Compliance Task 1 Hand Hygiene Compliance Sharon Elfenbaum Western Governors University EBT1 Task One A1. Article A2. Graphic Article | Kowitt, B., Jefferson, J., & Mermel, L. A. (2013). Factors Associated with Hand Hygiene Compliance at a Tertiary Care Teaching Hospital. Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology, 34(11), 1146. doi:10.1086/673465 | Background Information | The stated purpose of the article was to identify factors associated with hand hygiene

  • Ebt1 Task 3

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    EBT1 TASK 3 Research Integration and Outcome Evaluation Deborah Tyrrell-Turner Western Governors University A1. Procedure Studies have shown that the procedure of shaving a surgical site prior to surgery increases the likelihood of postoperative surgical site infections. Studies have indicated that shaving the surgical site before surgery can cause a change in or loss of protective skin flora at the incision line, as well as micro trauma of the area increasing

  • Ebt1 Task 1 Nursing Research

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    EBT1 Task 1 Critique of a Nursing Research Article A1. Article Ford, Y. , Heyman, A., Chapman, Y. (2014). Patients’ perceptions of bedside handoff; the need for a culture of always. Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 29(4), 371-378. A2. Graphic Background Information | The purpose of this article was to identify patient perceptions of bedside handover through directly asking patients about their

  • Ebt1 Task 1

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    Evidence Based Practice and Applied Nursing Research EBT 1 Task 1 Chris Collier #000321915   A Critique of a research article A1 Article Hegarty, J., Walsh, E., Burton, A., Murphy, S., O'gorman, F., & McPolin, G. (2009). Nurses' knowledge of inadvertent hypothermia. AORN Journal, 89(4), 701. doi:10.1016/j.aorn.2008.09.003 A2 Background or Introduction According to the authors inadvertent hypothermia affects between 60-90% of patients undergoing surgery. The authors used a core temperature

  • Ebt1 Task 1 Wgu

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    EBT1 Task 1 Jane Smith Western Governors University A1. & A2. Article | Johnson, M., & Cowin, L. S. (2013). Nurses discuss bedside handover and using | | written handover sheets. Journal Of Nursing Management, 21(1), 121-129. | | doi:10.1111/j.1365-2834.2012.01438.x | Background Information | The authors were very clear and precise in defining the reason for conducting a study, reflecting on the fact that handover reports play a crucial role in patient

  • Ebt1 Task 1

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    TASK 1 The research obtained in this particular study does support the conclusion. When all five area’s were studied, it verified that the incidence of ventilated associated pneumonia was decreased when oral care and dental care was performed onto these mechanically ventilated patients. The background information that was provided was direct, to the point and relevant to the impact of today’s heath care. Millions of dollars are being spent every year for incidences within hospitals that can be

  • EBT1 Task 2 Frequently Asked Questions Paper

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    EBT1 Task Two Frequently Asked Questions Brenda Luther, PhD, RN EBT1 Course Mentor bluther@wgu.edu 5-30-12 The most common questions for this task are: 1) What is filtered and unfiltered? Answered in COS learning activities and the link is copied below. 2) Where are the articles? Retrieval guide provided below- they are all provided for you in Ereserves. 3) What are the definitions for evidence summary/guideline or primary evidence? This is a bit more work- primary definition

  • Nursing Research Integration Paper

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    Research Integration WGU Evidence-Based Practice & Applied Nursing Research EBT1 - 724.8.3-01-05 July 18, 2013 Research Integration Types/Appropriateness/Classification of Sources of Evidence The article for the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and American Academy of Family Physician regarding the diagnosis and management of acute otitis media (AOM) is considered to be a filtered resource classified as evidence based guideline. The recommendations establish guidelines of the definition

  • Task 2: Evidence-Based Practice And Applied Nursing Research

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    Evidence-Based Practice & Applied Nursing Research Task Two Arlene J Schwarz Brenda Luther EBT1 09/10/2012 A Articles|Source|Appropriateness|Classification| AAPA|filtered|Yes, guidelines have a lot of informative information and it is very important to have a strong base for starting that research. They can either help with new changes in the guidelines or enforce the guideline already in place.|Evidence based guideline| Block|unfiltered|Yes, new studies

  • Ebt Task 3

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    EBT1 Task 3-Research Integration and Outcome Evaluation A1- Preoperative Hair Removal As a circulating nurse a daily and very routine practice is preoperative hair removal for several types of surgical cases. Preoperative hair removal is a common source that contributes to postoperative surgical site infections. Currently hair removal is done to prevent interference with the surgical wound, closure of the surgical wound, surgical tapes and dressings, and to prevent patient discomfort when removing

  • Ebp Task 1

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    Preoperative Shaving EBT1 Task 1 Skye Sauls Western Governors University Critique of a Nursing Research Article A1. Article Adisa, A., Lawal, O., & Adejuyigbe, O. (2011). Evaluation of two methods of preoperative hair removal and their relationship to postoperative wound infection. Journal of Infection in Developing Countries, 5(10), 717-722. A2. Graphic (A2)  Background Information The stated purpose of this article was to evaluate the correlation between two methods of preoperative