Staff Nurse Opportunities in Research and Evidence-Based Practice

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Reason. Depict imaginative projects and venues for staff medical attendant association offered through Kaiser Permanente Southern California Nursing Research Program . Foundation. Exploration to rehearse gapCall to build confirmation based practicesPromote positive patient outcomesImprove use of assets.

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Staff Nurse Opportunities in Research and Evidence-Based Practice June Rondinelli, RN, BSN Anna Omery, RN, DNSc CNAA-BC Kaiser Permanente Southern California Research Program

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Purpose Describe inventive projects and settings for staff nurture contribution offered through Kaiser Permanente Southern California Nursing Research Program

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Background Research to practice crevice Call to build prove based practices Promote positive patient results Improve usage of assets

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Staff Nurse Clinical Skills Clinical fitness Knowledge of patient qualities and inclinations Individualized patient care Part of the condition for confirmation based care

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Staff Nurse Research Skills Different expertise sets, wishes, and levels of inclusion Cite basic boundaries to research utilize: Lack of time Critical examination aptitudes Organizational bolster Access

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Innovative Programs and Venues Kaiser Permanente Southern California Nursing Research Evidence Staff Nurse Clinical Skills Barriers to Research Use Data Collector Research Team Member Co-Chairs of councils Co-Investigators Research Residency Program Journal Clubs

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Data Collectors Following conventions Before and after execution of proof based clinical practice change Statistical examination

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Dedicated Research Team Local medicinal office committed group with provincial bolster Roles Members Co-seats Co-agents Primary specialist Research contact

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Dedicated Research Team Activities HIPAA and Human Subjects Protection Training Education to expand ability set Developing reviews and EBP ventures Literature surveys Evaluating proof Review of IRB proposition

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Dedicated Research Team Http://nursingpathways.kp.org/scal/PowerPoint accessible Research Innovations

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Interested in Nursing Research? Medical attendants - have a voice in your practice. Fontana Nursing Research (NRC) Committee is devoted to supporting continuous nursing exploration to build up Best Practices that will advance and enhance tolerant results. Our individuals perceive that examination is the reason for learning improvement. Through nursing research, a logical based way to deal with patient care has refined and enhanced nursing hone. Nora Moti RN, MSN 2005 - 2007

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Nursing Research Residency Open to Southern California Kaiser Permanente staff RNs Released from 20-30 clinical hours for every week that are supplanted with paid research hours Work with Nurse Scientists and Advance Practice Nurses (APNs) Focus on one dynamic review Formal application due March 3 rd 2008 Assigned April through November

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Residency Opportunities Attend provincial and neighborhood office devoted research group gatherings Access to databases, deliberate surveys and research writings Data accumulation, spreadsheets, and code books Complete incorporated audits Formation of IRB applications Presentations and meeting participation Abstract composition

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Research Residency Journaling http://nursingpathways.kp.org/scal Click on Research Click on Residency Click on "Occupants online "

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MaryJo Pulmano's Reflections:  Week 1 Today is my first day of the Nursing Research Residency. I am overpowered with fervor. It is just as I have ventured into a world that I have constantly longed for investigating . . . the universe of research. As a medical attendant, there are a million ideas I long to learn and a thousand inquiries that are still left unanswered. Today, it is as if somebody has given me a wicker bin where I can toss every one of my inquiries into. In any case, this time, I feel enabled to discover the appropriate responses. This is the magnificence of research. Kristin Cominski's Weeks 1 & 2 Reflections When I connected for the Nursing Research Residency, I did as such in light of the fact that I am energetic about joining change in view of research into clinical practice. As a clinician, I trust I am not just in charge of remaining current with what is esteemed as best practice, additionally to contribute to the current assortment of nursing learning at some level. The Nursing Research Residency has effectively ended up being an uncommon chance to do both.

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Journal Clubs Ownership by staff Topics created by individuals Regularly booked introductions Open talks PowerPoint accessible

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Ten Steps to Developing a Successful Journal Club Joyce Johnson, Ph.D., RN, C

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Outcomes Summary Increased information of the orderly procedure of research and confirmation based practice Terminology Methodology Analysis Significance

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Outcomes Summary Contributing to the assortment of nursing science Increased culture of proof based practice Professional development Personal fulfillment

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Model of Research to Practice Gap Staff Clinical Skills Investigators Data Collectors " A Two Way Ladder " Dedicated Research Team Journal Clubs Research Residency Research EBP Skills Maryjo Pulmano RN 2007 Research Resident

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Exemplars " If it wasn't for the residency, I would have never pondered backpedaling to class" "I recovered the energy for nursing I had when I initially graduated" "Staff are perusing the article amid their downtime" "Other staff medical attendants are inquiring as to whether they could in any case join the club" "I generally gain some new useful knowledge at research gatherings"

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Conclusion Many open doors Open for new thoughts How to get included? Converse with kindred staff Talk to your administrator Involvement in activities

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Questions Dr Anna Omery, RN, DNSc CNAA-BC Director of Nursing Research Program Southern California Kaiser Permanente Anna.K.Omery@kp.org June Rondinelli, RN, BSN Project Manager II Patient Care Services Kaiser Permanente Southern California June.L.Rondinelli@kp.org http://nursingpathways.kp.org/scal

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