Reviewing evidence is an explicit, systematic and transparent process that can be applied to both quantitative experimental and observational and qualitative evidence see the chapter on developing review questions and planning the evidence review. The key aim of any review is to provide a summary of the relevant evidence to ensure that the committee can make fully informed decisions about its recommendations. This chapter describes how evidence is reviewed in the development of guidelines. Evidence reviews for NICE guidelines summarise the evidence and its limitations so that the committee can interpret the evidence and make appropriate recommendations, even where there is uncertainty. Evidence identified during literature searches and from other sources see the chapter on identifying the evidence: literature searching and evidence submission should be reviewed against the review protocol to identify the most appropriate information to answer the review questions.
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Published On: October 2, Learning how to incorporate evidence based-research into everyday practice is one of the most important skills you can learn in an RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. In today's healthcare arena, and within the nursing profession, it is expected that new information on research findings be constantly incorporated into nursing practice. The goal is to improve your clinical decision-making and to provide the best possible patient care. Evidence-based research means that the information you use to make decisions about patient care is based on sound research, not opinion. This means you must search several sources published articles in medical journals or in electronic form for data, results and conclusions of valid, reputable studies.
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Often times, your writing assignments will require you to make an argument. Here is a guide to help you with the process. There are several different styles of evidence or proof.
Any type of source material, regardless if you summarize, paraphrase, or directly quote, must be integrated smoothly into your essay. First Things First: Draft. Before you begin to integrate your sources, you need something to integrate them into. To avoid this, write a first draft of your paper, with only your words and your voice doing the talking. Instructors often require a rough draft before even integrating source material.