A collaborative approach to evidence-based child health nursing practice
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Evidence from Australia, the UK and the USA suggests that while research output has increased, clinical nurses make limited use of the findings to improve patient care (Funk et al., 1991; Stetler and DiMaggio, 1991; Capra et al., 1992; Nagy et al., 1992; Webb and Mackenzie, 1993; Pearcey, 1995).
KeywordsNursing Research Nursing Practice Research Utilization Collaborative Approach Clinical Nurse
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