JOSN December 2020 Podcast: A Model for Developing Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guidelines for School Nursing

By NASN Profile posted 12-14-2020 16:15

  

Join Editor Martha Dewey Bergren as she interviews authors Robin Shannon and Angela McPhillips about their article, “A Model for Developing Evidence-based Clinical Practice Guidelines for School Nursing.” The model, designed under the auspices of the National Association of School Nurses, offers school nurse scholars, school health leaders, and pediatric clinical experts a standardized structure and systematic process to create rigorous evidence-based clinical practice guidelines.

Learn more about this article by reading the abstract below, listening to the podcast and reading the full-text article.

School nurses need evidence-based clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) to provide quality care for students with special health-care needs. However, a gap analysis revealed a paucity of rigorous school nursing CPGs. To fill this gap, a Model for Developing Evidence-based Clinical Practice Guidelines for School Nursing (School Nursing CPG Model) was designed under the auspices of the National Association of School Nurses to offer school nurse scholars, school health leaders, and pediatric clinical experts a standardized structure and systematic process to create rigorous evidence-based CPGs. The aim is to employ the School Nursing CPG Model to build a repository of CPGs that are projected to improve the quality of school nursing practice, thereby improving health and educational outcomes for students with special health-care needs. The School Nursing CPG Model is anticipated to apply to CPG development for other nursing specialties.

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