Provides top-tier guidance for DNP students, graduate faculty, APRNs and other healthcare providers on how to use available research for improving patient outcomes and reducing costs. It is the only resource written expressly to meet the objectives of DNP courses. This second edition is completely updated and features three new approaches - umbrella reviews, mixed method reviews, and other types of reviews - for seeking, synthesising, and interpreting available evidence to improve the delivery of patient care. It also includes two new examples of completed systematic reviews and two completed proposals. The book presents, clearly and comprehensively, the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct a foundational comprehensive systematic review (CSR). It encompasses the complexities of the entire process, from asking clinical questions to getting the evidence into practice. It includes question-specific methods and analysis and compares CSR methods, literature reviews, integrated reviews, and meta-studies. It describes how to find and appraise relevant studies, including the non-published "grey" literature and criteria for selecting or excluding studies, and describes how to use the results in practice. Also examined are ways to disseminate findings to benefit clinical practice and support best practices, and how to write a CSR proposal, final report and a policy brief based on systematic review findings. Plentiful examples, including two completed proposals and two completed systematic reviews, demonstrate every step of the process. An expanded resource chapter that can serve as a toolkit for conducting a systematic review is also provided. The text also covers useful software and includes objectives, summary points, end-of-chapter exercises, suggested readings and references. New to the Second Edition: Three new chapters presenting new systematic review approaches: umbrella reviews, mixed method reviews, and other types of reviews including rapid and scoping reviews and reviews of text and opinion.Two new examples of completed systematic reviews.Completely updated content throughout.Detailed information to foster systematic review research question development, efficient literature searches, and management of references. Key Features: Delivers the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct a CSR from start to finish.Serves as the only CSR resource written expressly for the advanced practice nurse.Describes useful software for conducting a systematic review.Provides rich examples including two completed CSRs.Includes objectives, summary points, end-of-chapter exercises, suggested readings and references.Provides a comprehensive toolkit of resources to complete a systematic review.
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Cheryl Holly, EdD, RN, ANEF, FNAP, is professor, associate dean, and co-director of the Northeast Institute of Evidence Synthesis and Translation at Rutgers School of Nursing, a Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) Center of Excellence. She teaches DNP program courses in population health and implementation science, as well as works with DNP students in their capstone residency course and with BS honors students. Dr. Holly holds a BS in Nursing from Pace University, Leinhard School of Nursing, Pleasantville, New York; both an MEd in Adult Health and Physical Illness and an EdD in Research and Evaluation in Curriculum/Teaching from Columbia University. In addition, Dr. Holly has completed postgraduate work in Comprehensive Meta-Analysis and Advanced Meta-Analysis in the Statistics Institute. Among many other positions held, Dr. Holly previously was director of Nursing Research and Informatics at New York University Langone Medical Center in New York City, senior vice president of Quality Clinical Resource Management at the Westchester Medical Center, and associate dean, Columbia University School of Nursing. She is certified as a train-the-trainer in a comprehensive systematic review conducted by the JBI and has offered workshops on comprehensive systematic reviews across the United States. Dr. Holly is the coordinator of the Eastern Nursing Research Society's Research Interest Group on Comprehensive Systematic Review and Knowledge Translation, and she is a member of the Committee of Directors of the JBI of Nursing and Midwifery, the Evidence Translation Group, the Cochrane Nursing Care Field, the Cochrane Injuries Group, and the JBI Scientific Methodology Group on Umbrella Reviews. She serves as manuscript reviewer for several journals, including Nursing Outlook, Nursing Education Perspectives, American Journal of Nursing, and The International Journal of Evidence-Based Healthcare. She is also a founding member of the Implementation Science and Synthesis Network of the United States. Dr. Holly has been principal or co-principal investigator or project director of 10 funded research projects. She has published extensively and presented both nationally and internationally in the areas of evidence-based practice (EBP), systematic review (SR), knowledge translation, and critical care nursing. She is a fellow in the Academy of Nursing Education.
Susan Salmond, EdD, RN, FAAN, is executive vice dean, professor, a Distinguished Scholar and Fellow of the National Academies of Practice, and co-director of the Northeast Institute of Evidence Synthesis and Translation, a Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) Center of Excellence, at Rutgers University School of Nursing, Newark, New Jersey. Dr. Salmond received a BSN from Villanova University, an MSN in Adult Health and Chronic Illness from Seton Hall University, and an EdD in Nursing Administration from Columbia University. She is certified in nursing administration, nursing education, and transcultural nursing. In addition, Dr. Salmond has completed postgraduate work in Comprehensive Meta-Analysis and Advanced Meta-Analysis in the Statistics Institute. She is certified as a train-the-trainer in a comprehensive systematic review conducted by the JBI and has offered workshops on comprehensive systematic review across the United States. She serves on the JBI scientific methodology committees for mixed methods and qualitative synthesis, and is a member of the Committee of Directors of the JBI for Nursing and Midwifery, the editorial board for the JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports, and the Cochrane Nursing Care Field. She is the research editor of Orthopedic Nursing and a member of the editorial board for the American Journal of Nursing. She has served as a research, educational, and clinical management consultant. Dr. Salmond has coauthored three editions of Orthopedic Nursing; authored two other books, numerous book chapters, and peer-reviewed journal articles. She is a highly sought-after conference presenter and workshop leader, both nationally and internationally, in the areas of cultural competence, qualitative research, evidence-based practice (EBP), and systematic review (SR). She is a founding member of the Implementation Science and Synthesis Network of the United States. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing and the Academy of Nursing Education.
Maria Saimbert, PharmD, MLIS, MSN, RN, is a nursing (pediatrics) and pharmacy (acute care/community) professional, with research interests in medication management during transfer of patient care to health professionals/facilities; integration and use of electronic technologies to support evidence-based practice and life-long learning. Her educational background includes a Doctor of Pharmacy from University of Florida, Masters degrees in Nursing Informatics and Library and Information Science, both from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, and Bachelors degrees in Nursing and English Literature, both from Bloomfield College, Bloomfield, NJ. Dr. Saimbert has spent more than eight years working with health science students and clinicians, assisting in design of search strategies, navigation of online search resources, and management of literature for systematic reviews. She supports research librarians and information specialists in context as visible, co-reviewers on systematic review research, with accountability for influencing patient care through work on review search methods. She has published several refereed articles.
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