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What are some of the roles a nurse can assume with relation to research projects? (7)
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1. Principal investigator 2. Member of a research team 3. Identifier of researchable problems 4. Evaluator of research findings 5. User of research findings 6. Patient/client advocate during studies 7. Subject/participant in studies
Nurses working _________ are great resources for identifying patient related researchable problems.
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Bedside
Research _________ focuses on the implementation of findings from specific research studies.
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Utilization
What is the major goal of research utilization?
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To ensure that the beneficial findings of research studies are put into practice.
How is research utilization and evidence-based nursing practice different?
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Research utilization pushes for beneficial research findings to be put into practice. EBNP involves searching for the best evidence to use, including research evidence.
How can a nurse serve as a patient advocate during a research study?
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-the nurse must explain the study to potential participants prior to the beginning of the study -the nurse should answer questions related to the study -the nurse may be available to participants once the study has begun to answer questions and provide support
What is the main purpose of a nurse in the role of patient advocate during a research study?
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To ensure that the ethical aspects of the study are upheld
What are the major questions a nurse should be able to answer regarding a clinical trial that they are involved (as an advocate) in?
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1-Why is the study being done? 2-Who is conducting the study? 3-Who is going to be in the study? 4-What kinds of tests and treatments are involved? 5-How long will the study last? 6-What are alternatives to participation?
The growth of nursing research seems to be directly related to the _________ of nurses.
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Educational level
___________ studied nursing care during the Crimean War. She recommended that nurses make and record observations systematically and called for research focused on nursing practice.
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Florence Nightingale (1850)
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__________ reported a "school nurse experiment" that involved efforts organized by Lillian Wald to give free care to school children and visit the homes of children who were sick.
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Lavinia Dock (1902)
The ________ recommended advanced educational preparation for public health nurses and was instrumental in the establishment of early collegiate nursing schools including those at Yale, Vanderbilt, and Western Reserve.
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The Goldmark Report summarizing findings of the Committee for the Study of Nursing Education.
Ethel Johns and Blanche Pfefferkorn published one of the first studies that focused on ________.
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Nurses. The study looked at the activities nurses were involved in. (1928)
Edith S. Bryan was the first nurse to...
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Earn a doctoral degree (1927).
What did the study entitled "Nursing for the Future," published by Esther Lucille Brown call for?
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Nursing education to take place in university settings and for hospitals to hire enough permanent staff so nursing students wouldn't be required to staff those institutions. It also identified the need for nurse educators to be involved in research.
The document "Nursing for the Future" is more commonly known as...
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The Brown Report
In 1949, the Division of Nursing Resources was organized with what US governmental body?
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The U.S. Public Health Service
What did Esta H. McNett do?
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She demonstrated the usefulness of masks in preventing the spread of tuberculosis (1949).
The first issue of __________ was published in 1952.
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Nursing Research
In 1955, the _______________ was established with the goal of promoting high level wellness and the improvement of patient care. It provides funding for nursing research.
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The American Nurses Foundation
The Nursing Research Grants and Fellowship programs were established in 1955 by...
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The U.S. Public Health Service
  
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