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T​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​his is the PICOT question: In an outpatient adult population how does the use of non arm wristbands compare to the use of arm wristbands affect patient safety over 2 months.
This is poster attach, must discuss the PICOT questions and how to support it.
RESOURCES FOR NURSE RESIDENTS AND FACILITATORS
Updated 9/24/2021
EBP PROJECT RESOURCES
Link below to the EBP Toolkit.
Click and download to your computer. Use this as your primary reference for your EBP Project.
Link below to the POSTER TEMPLATE for use in your project.
Click, download and save. Access not needed to use this template.
After saving the file, open from your download folder and modify for your project submission.
Link below to the CASE CATALOG TO GUIDE YOUR EBP TOPIC SELECTION.
Click, download and save. Use as primary reference to choose your EBP Topic.
Link below to Determining your PICOT Question.
Click, download and save.
LINKS FOR LIBRARY SEARCH (LITERATURE REVIEW) TO FIND EVIDENCE FOR YOUR INTERVENTION.
PubMed
for EBP Library Search for Evidence.
Make sure to use your PICOT for keywords.
Make sure to filter to systematic reviews, meta analysis or clinical trials.
CINAHL Complete
Search this database for EBP literature search in Nursing.
Make sure to use your PICOT for keywords.
Make sure to filter to systematic reviews, meta analysis or clinical trials.
Cochrane Database for Systematic Reviews
Search this database for systematic reviews on particular intervention topics.
Make sure to use your PICOT for keywords.
TRIP Database. Search this database using your PICOT question.
Nursing Reference Center Plus: Use this to search for real-time evidence based clinical questions.
Link below to the NICHE Knowledge Center to complete your GRN Modules.
Remember to regularly access this link to login and complete your modules.
WE WILL USE THIS FOR EVERY CASE STUDY IN OUR SEMINAR.
Link below to the PEARLS Debriefing Guide
Click, download and save.
Link below on How to scan a QR Code (Quick Response Code)
Link below to the Abstract Writing Guidelines.
Click and download to your computer and read for reference when writing your poster abstract.
Link below to the Request for Approval Template to get EBP project implementation approval from your CNO/Supervisor
Click, download and save on your computer.
Link below to the Evidence Pyramid
Click, download and save on your computer.
Link below to the PDSA template to use for your EBP
Project. Click, download and save. Modify, revise with your project details and save as your own file.
Use this for submission of PDSA deliverable.
Link below to the PDSA Sample Worksheet from IHI.
Click, download and save and use as a reference for doing your PDSA.
Link below to the the IHI Sustainability Worksheet.
Click, download and save to use as reference to your sustainability portion of your EBP poster.
Abstract Writing Guidelines
An abstract is a brief summary which condenses in itself the argument and all the essential information of
a paper. An abstract allows the reader to survey the contents of a paper quickly and decide whether to
read the full text. It needs to be dense with information but also readable, well-organized, brief, and self-
contained.
Abstracts are generally 100-250 words long. An Abstract Must Accurately Reflect the Paper It
Summarizes:
? Uses the same language as the paper, especially key words and concepts
? Includes only information that actually appears in the paper
? Correctly reflects the purpose and content of your paper
? The sections of the abstract should be roughly the same length proportionally as the sections of
the paper.
An Abstract Must Be Self-contained An abstract is a stand-alone document. You cannot ask your reader
to go to the paper itself for an understanding of what you say in your abstract.
? Define all acronyms and abbreviations (except standard units of measurement)
? Spell out names of tests and drugs (use generic names for drugs)
? Define unique terms
? Do not include references.
An exception is made for sources whose theory, method or measure is being used.
For example, Using Hall’s (2002)​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​ method of radiographic analysis, we sought to design a system for
interpreting panoramic x-rays.
An Abstract Must Be Clear and Concise:
? Make each sentence as informative as possible, especially the lead sentence
? Include in the abstract only the most important concepts, findings, or conclusions
? Avoid sentences that contain no real information (Implications for practice are discussed).
The question and what was done can often be written in one sentence, for example:
To investigate the relationship between pacifier use and early childhood caries, we conducted a search of
four electronic bibliographic databases.
Analysis of a Sample Abstract (Peressini, 2003):
[1] This evidence-based study of the literature investigated the relationship between pacifier use (with and
without sweetening and prolonged or short-term) and early childhood caries (ECC).
[2] The review was based on evidence from 3 main sources: a search of several electronic bibliographic
databases, a review of the references from relevant studies for additional potentially relevant articles, and
a review of several dental textbooks.
[3] A total of 74 articles were reviewed.
[4] Of these, 8 were deemed relevant and were critically appraised according to a “causation checklist| of
13 items.
[5] The 8 studies assessed were methodologically inconsistent in terms of definitions of ECC, diagnostic
criteria for identifying carous lesions, dental examination procedures, interviewing methods, and
description of pacifier use.
[6] None of the studies achieved a score greater than 6 and hence none was considered to present strong
evidence.
[7] Six studies did not control for confounding variables, and the conclusions they generated were
inconsistent.
[8] The evidence from the other 2 studies, which did control for confounding variables, presented slightly
stronger evidence, but they indicated no statistical difference in pacifier use between children with and
those without ECC; furthermore, the reported odds ratios suggested that pacifier use might have had a
mildly protective effect.
[9] Overall, the evidence does not suggest a strong or consistent association between pacifier use and
ECC.
Notes:
1. Identifies the nature of the article (evidence-based review of the literature) and the question
investigated. Note how concisely Peressini describes the variables for pacifier use.
2. Summary of the 3 types of sources used, introduced with a colon and separated with commas. Answers
the question: “How did you do your search?”
3. Gives the total result of the search.
4. Narrows down to the final result of the search and states how the studies were evaluated.
5. Overall summary of the assessment of the studies, identifying 5 methodological issues.
6. Identifies the overall strength of the studies. Repeating the word ‘none’ reinforces that the overall
strength was low.
7. Summarizes the main weaknesses of most of the studies.
8. This sentence discusses the two best studies and has two parts: the first summarizes their common
strengths and the second (beginning with “but”) summarizes their weaknesses, which outnumber the
strengths.
9. The concluding sentence summarizes the paper’s conclusion. Note the structure: it begins with a
summarizing word (“Overall”); reminds the reader that this is an evidence-based review (“the evidence”);
uses a verb that offers a judgment (“does not suggest”) and finishes by reminding the reader of the
problem being studied (“pacifier use and ECC”).
It is recommended to use headers throughout the abstract (though not necessary).
This may be useful for the reader to interpret your topic.
Headers include:
Introduction
Background & Significance
Method
Results
Conclusion
Abstract narrative must be 200 words or less and not exceed 1 page.
? Introduction, Background & Significance: Description of the project and project goals
? Evidence of review of the literature
? Method, Intervention & Results: Summary of project method/intervention, results and/or
projected findings (outcomes) at project’s conclusion
? Limitations
? Recommendations
? Implications to Nursing Practice
? R​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​eferences (as needed, no more than 3)

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