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The general purpose of Evidence-Based Nursing is to select from the healthrelated literature* those articles reporting studies and reviews that warrant immediate attention by nurses attempting to keep pace with important advances in their profession. These articles are described, critiqued and commented on by nurses and other health professionals. The specific purposes of Evidence-Based Nursing are:
■ to identify, using predefined criteria, the best quantitative and qualitative original and review articles on the meaning, cause, course, assessment, prevention, treatment, or economics of health problems managed by nurses and on quality improvement
■ to provide a description and expert commentary on the context of each article, its methods and the clinical applications that its findings warrant
■ to disseminate the summaries in a timely fashion to nurses
The RCN Publishing Company Limited and the BMJ Publishing Group publish Evidence-Based Nursing. A new editorial board is currently being assembled; articles for the first two issues of 2010 are being chosen by the content editors, Bazian …
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