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Evidensbaserad omvårdnad, sjukvård och kunskap

Bengtson, A and Drevenhorn, Eva LU (2002) In Vård i Norden 22(2). p.48-51
Abstract
Research within nursing and

medicine is moving at an increasing

pace. This makes it difficult

for the staff - involved with

medical care to find the right

path through all the new research

and development.

Working according to evidencebased

procedures within both

medicine and nursing means

using in one’s work the recommendations

which have been

based on literature studies that

have compiled, reviewed, assessed

and interpreted the published

research.

The aim of a systematic literature

review is to find the best scientific

base for nursing and community

care.

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Research within nursing and

medicine is moving at an increasing

pace. This makes it difficult

for the staff - involved with

medical care to find the right

path through all the new research

and development.

Working according to evidencebased

procedures within both

medicine and nursing means

using in one’s work the recommendations

which have been

based on literature studies that

have compiled, reviewed, assessed

and interpreted the published

research.

The aim of a systematic literature

review is to find the best scientific

base for nursing and community

care.

The literature review according to

SBU originates from Goodman’s

definitions, which results in an

order of precedence for the reviewed

studies.

Implementation at the work place

is made easier by literature studies

and discussions at meetings

with the nurses.

A literature review requires a

structured way of working where

the question is clearly defined,

the project plan prepared and the

literature search published. The

relevant material is clearly defined,

while the quality of the studies,

precision and generalization

taken from the results produces a

combination and conclusion.

To make the most of evidencebased

methods in the daily work

education of existing staff, courses

integrated in the education of

all nursing staff and an awareness

when planning nationally,

regionally and locally is essential. (Less)
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Vård i Norden
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48 - 51
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Sykepleiernes samarbeid i Norden
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for the staff - involved with<br/><br>
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path through all the new research<br/><br>
and development.<br/><br>
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procedures within both<br/><br>
medicine and nursing means<br/><br>
using in one’s work the recommendations<br/><br>
which have been<br/><br>
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and interpreted the published<br/><br>
research.<br/><br>
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review is to find the best scientific<br/><br>
base for nursing and community<br/><br>
care.<br/><br>
The literature review according to<br/><br>
SBU originates from Goodman’s<br/><br>
definitions, which results in an<br/><br>
order of precedence for the reviewed<br/><br>
studies.<br/><br>
Implementation at the work place<br/><br>
is made easier by literature studies<br/><br>
and discussions at meetings<br/><br>
with the nurses.<br/><br>
A literature review requires a<br/><br>
structured way of working where<br/><br>
the question is clearly defined,<br/><br>
the project plan prepared and the<br/><br>
literature search published. The<br/><br>
relevant material is clearly defined,<br/><br>
while the quality of the studies,<br/><br>
precision and generalization<br/><br>
taken from the results produces a<br/><br>
combination and conclusion.<br/><br>
To make the most of evidencebased<br/><br>
methods in the daily work<br/><br>
education of existing staff, courses<br/><br>
integrated in the education of<br/><br>
all nursing staff and an awareness<br/><br>
when planning nationally,<br/><br>
regionally and locally is essential.},
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  title        = {Evidensbaserad omvårdnad, sjukvård och kunskap},
  volume       = {22},
  year         = {2002},
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