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Nursing students, embrace evidence-based practice before you graduate. Find out how!: http://ow.ly/Uv9T30aMhvN

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“We’re all part of the puzzle, and no one piece is more important than the other.” With an average 40-day length of stay, one children’s hospital is making mapping out interdisciplinary care plans a must: http://ow.ly/DrbV30aEXRx

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“This isn’t something we need to keep to ourselves because we are all focused on better patient care and patient safety.” TeamSTEPPS teaches communicate skills and assessing problems as a team. So why not start this training in nursing school?: http://ow.ly/K7I830aCPA0

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A cancer treatment center's studies how patients feel about bedside reporting, that physicians think about "survivor care plans" and more. Find out the results: http://ow.ly/yCWI30aBotO

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Do you want to learn how to turn your ideas about patient care into practice policy? This guide has what you need to know about research and evidence-based practice to get you started! http://ow.ly/qp1B30azoqh

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Are you a bedside nurse that feels powerless to effect change within your institution? You shouldn't! Bedside nurses are in a prime position to identify practice issues and make change happen: http://ow.ly/Ac7k30awU0m

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Nurses know evidence-based practice is an integral component to quality patient care. Yet, CNOs still face challenges in getting staff buy-in. Why? Find out: http://ow.ly/xMtH30arCGj

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With the guidance of their nurse leader, nurses create evidence-based practice "blast" presentations on topics such as pneumonia and asthma — then they work on getting patients more involved in their own care: http://ow.ly/6IDJ30anSlJ

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"No nurse could possibly be doing the same job in the same old way if he or she incorporated new evidence into the practice." Find out how evidence-based practice can breathe new life into your career: http://ow.ly/GYPA30alsXk

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On the peds unit at a North Carolina hospital, nurses are always on the hunt for ways to keep their littlest patients as close to pain free as possible: http://ow.ly/6qbm30ajmwm
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