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Education

Boots

Live Learning

  • Evidence-Based Practice Boot Camp: Intensive five-day workshop that will prepare you to conduct an evidence-based practice project from beginning to end.  Upcoming dates are listed in our course catalog.

Online Learning

  • Johns Hopkins Nursing Evidence-Based Practice Series:  An engaging, self-paced online experience, with interactive elements, self-checks, instructional videos and demonstrations of how to put evidence-based practice to use. The course follows the evidence-based practice process from beginning to end and provides guidance to the learner on how to proceed, using the tools that are part of the Johns Hopkins Nursing evidence-based practice model. Take a sneak peek.
  • Evidence-Based Practice in Action Video Series: Evidence-Based Practice at the Bedside: Projects to Promote Best Practice. This series includes six video presentations from nurse experts and how they used the Johns Hopkins Nursing Evidence-Based Practice model to positively impact patient care on their units.

Books

 
EBP Book 3rd Edition

Johns Hopkins Nursing Evidence-Based Practice: Model and Guidelines, published in 2017 by Sigma Theta Tau International. This fully revised third edition builds on the strength of the first two editions with updated content based on more than a decade of the model’s use and refinement in real-life settings. With the revision of the book, the conceptual model and tools were also updated.This book provides detailed instructions on implementation of evidence-based practice and includes the relationship to the American Nurses Credentialing Center Magnet Recognition Program. It is both a textbook and a resource for nurses in education and practice who must implement evidence-based practice. 

 
book 2

Johns Hopkins Nursing Evidence Based Practice: Implementation and Translation, published in 2010 by Sigma Theta Tau International. In a follow-up to the best-selling book Johns Hopkins Nursing Evidence-Based Practice: Model and Guidelines, the authors continue to expand upon the Johns Hopkins Nursing Evidence-Based Practice model. In this latest publication, the focus is on the complex challenges nurses and organizations face with evidence-based practice implementation and translation.