Dissemination of evidence-based practice to directors of nursing by an outreach campaign in Taiwan

Yi Hao Weng, Chiehfeng Chen, Kee Hsin Chen, Ken N. Kuo, Chun Yuh Yang, Ya Wen Chiu

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Background: Directors of nursing (DONs) have an important influence in the dissemination of evidence-based practice (EBP) in hospital settings. The current study examined how the knowledge, skills, and behaviors of DONs changed when EBP was implemented during a 5-year, nationwide promotional campaign providing EBP-related information resources and promotional activities in regional hospitals in Taiwan. Method: Cross-sectional questionnaire surveys for a nationwide representative sample of DONs were conducted in 2007, 2009, and 2011 to examine views related to EBP, including changes in beliefs, attitudes, knowledge, skills, behaviors, and barriers. Results: This study enrolled 267 DONs in 2007, 257 in 2009, and 287 in 2011. During the study period, DONs’ EBP knowledge and skills increased, but their beliefs and attitudes did not signifi cantly change. Furthermore, the use of Internet-based resources, including web portals, electronic textbooks, electronic journals, and evidence-based online databases, increased. Most barriers signifi cantly declined after the intervention. Conclusion: DONs’ knowledge, skills, and behaviors regarding EBP increased after the multifaceted intervention. The data suggest this outreach program is useful in disseminating EBP implementation to DONs.
原文英語
頁(從 - 到)181-188
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期刊Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing
47
發行號4
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出版狀態已發佈 - 四月 1 2016

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Evidence-Based Practice
Taiwan
director
Nursing
nursing
campaign
evidence
electronics
Textbooks
Internet
resources
textbook
Cross-Sectional Studies
Databases
questionnaire

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Dissemination of evidence-based practice to directors of nursing by an outreach campaign in Taiwan. / Weng, Yi Hao; Chen, Chiehfeng; Chen, Kee Hsin; Kuo, Ken N.; Yang, Chun Yuh; Chiu, Ya Wen.

於: Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 卷 47, 編號 4, 01.04.2016, p. 181-188.

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