Health Professions Faculty Beliefs, Confidence, Use, and Perceptions of Organizational Culture and Readiness for EBP: A Cross-sectional, Descriptive Survey
Background: Evidence-based practice (EBP) is an essential skill and ethical obligation for all practicing health professions clinicians because of its strong association with improved health outcomes. Emerging evidence suggests that faculty who prepare these clinicians lack proficiency to teach EBP.
Milner, Kerry A.; Bradley, Holly B.; and Lampley, Tammy M., "Health Professions Faculty Beliefs, Confidence, Use, and Perceptions of Organizational Culture and Readiness for EBP: A Cross-sectional, Descriptive Survey" (2018). Nursing Faculty Publications. 118.
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Milner, K., Bradley, H. & Lampley, T. (2018). Health professions faculty beliefs, confidence, use, and perceptions of organizational culture and readiness for EBP: A cross-sectional, descriptive survey. Nurse Education Today, 64, 5-10. Di:10.1016/j.nedt.2018.02.003