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Evidence-Based Practices in Nursing
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Evidence-Based Practices in Nursing Name of Student Name of University Evidence-Based Practices in Nursing Evidenced-based practices are important in any level of nursing but in primary care nursing is particularly important (De Pedro-Gomez, 2012). The purpose of this type of practice is to show that research creates a baseline of knowledge for the nurse who is pursuing the care of any patient or set of patients.
Also, a primary care nurse is often the first person to working with clients who are dying, increasing the safety of patients, increasing patient outcomes and their overall experience in healthcare. In this paper, it is the intent of the student to show how evidence-based practice in primary care nursing correlates with the steps in the nursing practice for Neonatal Care (NICU) using the total patient care model. Care Delivery Model The team care delivery model seems to be the most relevant model for working in the Neonatal ICU to insure patient safety. When infants are in the intensive care unit they have different needs than infants who are in a regular nursery. In order to make sure that infants, parents, and family needs are met while the infant is in the ICU, a team provides around the clock care for each infant. According to our textbook, the RN is in charge of planning and providing the tasks to the other team members as to what is needed for each infant. The RN creates a collaborative environment with all of the team members and is responsible for scheduling each member of the team. ...
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