NURS FPX 4030 Assessment 2 Attempt 1 Determining the Credibility of Evidence and Resources
Quality and Safety Issues Getting Benefit from an Evidence-Based Approach
Evidence-based research is to make progress and improve patient care’s safety and quality. With time, new resources are introduced, and the nursing profession has evolved a lot. Apart from this, the nursing career is also expanding, but that asks to understanding the criteria and making the resources credible. The objective of this paper is to find and evaluate reliable data that could serve as the foundation for using an evidence-based approach to address pre-eclampsia, as mentioned in the Villa Health transcript. This methodology will help nurses create strategic plans by using academic research to enhance a care management plan.
Criteria for Credibility of Resources within Context to Safety Issues
If the nurses are not aware of the resources for pre-eclampsia, they must discover and learn from online sources or their seniors. Even sometimes, the situation is so complicated; it’s their responsibility to make an effort and bring outcomes. They should contribute to getting the authentic and reliable findings of the research by taking help from journal articles and different websites (Gleason et al., 2022). The patient and the caretaker’s relationship can unravel without trust and credibility. It is mentioned by the experienced nurses at the Vila hospital that if there is any delay in the process of providing health services to the patient or if the staff fails to take proper authentic tests for the patients suffering from a disorder such as pre-eclampsia, and all the errors and safety issues are included in this approach. In a journal named “Gynecology and Obstetrics,” information about pre-eclampsia has been explained in detail. It is a peer-reviewed journal.
The credibility of Evidence and Resources
Villa health hospital’s healthcare staff, including nurses, have developed reliable, evidence-based resource criteria. This criterion is based on several guidelines and factors collectively known as CRAAP, which stands for currency, relevance, authority, accuracy, and purpose. This criterion helps in the evaluation of health information. The chance of using unreliable sources and information decreases after using CRAAP factors. They also access scholarly return resources and journals and ensure that experts in the field write them. Such as a scholarly article written by Jennifer Chicca MS et al. (2018) titled “Connecting with Generation Z: Approaches in Nursing Education” identifies the generational influences and new identifies generational influences and new technologies introduced in the nursing profession (Chicca & Shellenbarger, 2018). They also ensure that the journal’s publication date is not more than ten years ago. Another research article published in 2019 by Rana et al. depicts pre-eclampsia’s challenges, perspectives, and pathophysiology (Rana et al., 2019). Another journal that helps to get a more precise idea about the disorder is “Pre-eclampsia: Risk Factors, Diagnosis, Management, and the Cardiovascular Impact on the Offspring” (Fox et al., 2019).
Evidence-Based Practice Model
Evidence-based practice promises to give the best and most effective care, integrate research evidence in the best way, and improve patient outcomes. Professional nurses and practitioners take part in this approach as part of their regular practice, which is essential in delivering the best possible care to patients while improving the outcome of their care. The Iowa Model of Evidence-Based Practice is chosen because of its proven success in several medical as it is used in implementing EBP (Sweeney et al., 2017). It is not only about making decisions and applying strategies but also about dealing with the situation and values of patients professionally. This model helps in diagnosing errors. (Lockwood et al., 2020). It emphasizes organizational processes. The processes included are that problem is identified, the team is formed to help find out about pre-eclampsia, the evidence is gathered, a decision is made, and the results are disseminated.
The Importance of Incorporating Credible Evidence into an Evidence-Based Practice Model
Evidence-based practice promises to give the best and most effective care, integrate research evidence in the best way, and improve patient outcomes. Professional nurses and practitioners take part in this approach as part of their regular practice, which is essential in delivering the best possible care to patients while improving the outcome of their care. The Iowa Model of Evidence-Based Practice is chosen because of its proven success in several medical as it is used in implementing EBP (Chiwaula et al., 2021). This model helps practitioners know more about healthcare issues, improve the cure, and reduce errors in treatment. It is not only about making decisions and applying strategies but also about dealing with the situation and values of patients professionally.
It has been proved that familiarity with healthcare staff is necessary for the proper treatment and application of interventions for the patient’s illness. Giving the best possible care to the patients and taking the right actions at the right time can save many lives. Assistance from suitable sources is very important because they have to deal professionally with the patient and his family.
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