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Journal for Nurses in Staff Development
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Healthcare practice is increasingly focused on delivering care that is based on published research evidence. Staff development nurses can institute journal clubs to teach nursing staff critical appraisal of research articles and ways to translate research findings into clinical practice. Unfortunately, attending meetings regularly is often a challenge for nurses, and relatively few have the knowledge and expertise to adequately critique research articles. One way to bridge the limitations of accessibility and limited research expertise of journal club members is to establish a virtual journal club. This article describes one hospital's experience with developing a virtual journal club.
Berger, Jill; Hardin, Heather K.; and Topp, Robert V., "Implementation of a Virtual Journal Club in a Clinical Nursing Setting" (2011). College of Nursing Faculty Research and Publications. 106.
Accepted version. Journal for Nurses in Staff Development, Vol. 27, No. 3, (May/June 2011): 116-120. DOI. © 2011 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc. Used with permission.
Robert Topp was affiliated with the University of Louisville at the time of publication.