Nursing Grand Rounds | Evidence-Based Medicine: Sorting Through the Evidence and Adding Value to Your Practice
How to tame evidence overload to improve your practice.
Healthcare professionals strive to practice evidenced-based medicine in their clinical practice, but what does the evidence really mean? Understanding such information doesn't have to be challenging or time-consuming. Learn how to tame information overload and use it in a practical way to make a difference in your practice.
The lecture was audio recorded November 1, 2013 by Continuing Nursing Education at the University of Washington School of Nursing. Teaching methods include audio and downloadable handouts.
This course was reviewed November 19, 2014 and will be available through November 2017.
This lecture is in audio format with accompanying handouts that list all the slides from the presentation.
Tom Bartol, APRN
Family Nurse Practitioner, Health Reach Community Health Centers; Richmond Area Health Center, Richmond, Maine
If you would like to receive contact hours for attending this presentation during Live Nursing Grand Rounds or listening to the presentation online, please register.
Objectives for Learning Outcomes
After listening to this nursing grand rounds, you will be better able to:
- Discuss baseline risk and list various ways to identify baseline risks.
- Identify different ways to frame risk reductions.
- Describe how shared decision-making is used with patients.
- 1.00 Contact hours