2 edition of Evidence-based practice with women found in the catalog.
Evidence-based practice with women
Martha J. Markward
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Martha Markward, Bonnie Yegidis|
|Contributions||Yegidis, Bonnie L.|
|LC Classifications||HV1444 .M37 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010026695|
In obstetrics, the term evidence-based care is defined as “the conscientious, judicious, and explicit use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of individual patients” (Enkin, Keirse, Renfrew, & Neilson, ).Best evidence has come to mean the specific effects, beneficial or harmful, of the various elements of care that may be carried out during pregnancy and Author: Judith A. Lothian. The chapter will review definitions of evidence-based practice (EBP) and, specifically, will explore how evidence-informed midwifery defines itself. The intertwined histories of midwifery and EBP are explored to show the meaning and importance of EBP to midwifery practice and policy. 1 IntroductionAuthor: Vicki van Wagner, Rm.
Editorial Reviews. Reviewer: Diane M Tomasic, EdD, RN (Slippery Rock University) Description: This book describes the process of evidence-based research and the application to administration and clinical practice. Purpose: The purpose is to guide graduate students in their understanding of research and evidence-based practice, and how these result in quality improvement Brand: Heather R. Hall. Indexes 3, journals from the fields of nursing and 17 allied health fields. Also indexes health carebooks, selected conference proceedings, standards of practice, book chapters, and Evidence-Based Care Sheets. Here is an excellent guide from UAB to help you find evidence-based practice articles in : Joel Glogowski.
Evidence-based education is the use of well designed scientific studies to determine which education methods work best. It consists of evidence-based teaching and evidence-based ce-based methods such as spaced repetition have been shown to increase the rate at which a student learns. The evidence-based education movement has its roots in the larger movement towards evidence. Components of Evidence-Based Practice. Best Available Evidence Although evidence-based practice encompasses more than just applying the best available evidence, many of the concerns and barriers to using EBP revolve around finding and applying research. APTA is committed to help physical therapist develop, synthesize and use evidence.
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The first book to focus on evidence-based social work practice with low-income women. This one-of-a-kind book presents evidence-based coverage of the assessment and treatment of the most common mental health disorders among women, particularly low-income women.
Evidence-Based Practice in Action: Comprehensive Strategies, Tools, and Tips from the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics by Laura Cullen, Kirsten Hanrahan, et al. | out of 5 stars 8.
Evidence Based Practice for Health Professionals covers the fundamentals of applying medical evidence to clinical practice and discussing research findings with patients and fellow professionals.
This essential text explains the basic concepts of EBP, its applications in health care, and how to interpret biostatistics and biomedical research/5(20).
This is the first book to focus broadly on women in treatment and evidence based approaches in social work. The book will focus on assessing and treating women with the following mental health issues: 1) generalized anxiety disorder.
2) PTSD and Trauma (including sexual abuse) 3) Treating depression. 4) substance abuse treatment. 5) Eating. Evidence-based practice (EBP) is the objective, balanced, and responsible use of current research and the best available data to guide policy and practice decisions, such that outcomes for consumers are improved.
Used originally in the health care and social science fields, evidence-based practice focuses on approaches demonstrated to be. Read "Evidence-Based Practice With Women Toward Effective Social Work Practice With Low-Income Women" by Martha J.
Markward available from Rakuten Kobo. Evidence-based practice with women book one-of-a-kind book presents evidence-based coverage of the assessment and treatment of the most common mental healt Brand: SAGE Publications.
evidence based verbal screening tool (see Appendix A) for screening tools) to assess a substance use disorder in pregnancy for all pregnant women who are seen by the health care provider: • As early as possible at the onset of prenatal care; and • Throughout the pregnancy, including during the first, second, and third Size: 1MB.
This one-of-a-kind book presents evidence-based coverage of the assessment and treatment of the most common mental health disorders among women, particularly low-income women.
For each disorder depression, post-traumatic stress disorder and trauma (including sexual abuse), generalized anxiety disorder, substance use disorder, and borderline personality disorder the authors.
'This is a classic in the field of Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM). Its authors are all well-known experts in the field, the book is small, easy to read and provides a wealth of information on the subject.
Good buy.' 'Clear, precise, and quite useful for introductory courses on EBM. The cd includes a lot of resources for everyday practice.'Pages: Evidence based practice across the health professions, 2nd ed.
by Hoffmann, Bennett, and Del Mar is excellent if you are interested in EBP in allied health as well as medicine. Another good. Melnyk is coeditor of six other books: Implementing the Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) Competencies in Healthcare: A Practical Guide for Improving Quality, Safety, and Outcomes; Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing & Healthcare: A Guide to Best Practice (4th Edition), an American Journal of Nursing Research Book of the Year Award winner Price: $ Chapter 17 Teaching Evidence-Based Practice in Clinical Settings Ellen Fineout-Overholt Martha J.
Giggleman Katie Choy Karen Balakas Chapter 18 ARCC Evidence-Based Practice Mentors: The Key to Sustaining Evidence-Based Practice Ellen Fineout-Overholt Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk Unit 4 Making EBP Real: A Success : LWW.
Evidence-based practice is an idea whose time has come. Few concepts can have achieved the status of unchallengeable common sense in such a short space of time, and across such a broad range of professional activity.
As yet there have been few opportunities to take stock and reflect on the evidence for evidence-based practice, or the implications of its adoption.4/5(1). Evidence-Based Practice Levels of Evidence.
Evidence-based practice is a conscientious, problem-solving approach to clinical practice that incorporates the best evidence from well-designed studies, patient values and preferences, and a clinician's expertise in making decisions about a patient's care.
This book has eight chapters, which are each designed to engage the reader in the identification, appraisal and relevant application of evidence in practice.
I think the title of this book undersells its value – it could be called “a students essential handbook to achieving evidence based nursing in practice”.
evidence-based practice across the heal th professions 2e 6 can replace a lot of what you currently do, such as (for example) reading journals, attending in-service. Evidence-based medicine, in existence for over two decades, has resulted in monumental changes in critical care medicine.
In the last 20 plus years, practice has shifted from a reliance on expert opinion to a critical appraisal of the available literature to answer focused clinic questions. Evidence-Based Practice. Evidence-based practice (EBP), without the “s,” is where further complexity is is both an ideology and a social work methodology (Gibbs, ).
As an ideology, EBP involves a commitment to applying the very best available, relevant evidence to problems encountered in practice.“It requires changes in how we locate and integrate research into.
Get this from a library. Evidence-based practice with women: toward effective social work practice with low-income women.
[Martha J Markward; Bonnie L Yegidis] -- -Cross-cultural and cross-generational information is infused into each chapter. -Environmental factors that affect the scope and prevalence of mental health disorders among low-income women are.
Social Work Practice with Women: An Evidence Based Approach is a key text for courses on Social Work Practice and Women in Social Work. Women constitute a large proportion of clients seeking treatment and often present with issues that are unique. Interesting case studies demonstrating the use of evidence-based practice with a number of common childhood disorders and integrative questions at the end of each chapter make this book uniquely helpful to graduate and undergraduate courses in social work, counseling, psychology, guidance, behavioral classroom teaching, and psychiatric nursing.The series Advances in Psychotherapy -- Evidence-Based Practice provides therapists with practical evidence-based guidance on the diagnosis and treatment of the most common disorders seen in clinical practice -- and does so in a uniquely reader-friendly manner.
Each book is both a compact how-to reference for use by professional clinicians in.The Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses (AMSN) offers two evidence-based practice modules to provide an overview of EBP.; The American Nurses Association has developed a Research Toolkit to help provide evidence-based care that promotes quality health outcomes for individuals, families, communities and health care systems.
The Toolkit can also assist you in shaping health policy at the bedside.