Evidence-Based Practice Appraisal

Sep 29, 2017 | 0 comments

Sep 29, 2017 | Miscellaneous | 0 comments

Evidence-Based Practice Appraisal

 

Before you write and submit a journal there are several steps that are ought to be followed for successful journal submission. Firstly, one should choose a journal so as to know know what you are targeting for. Then choose an ideal article, analyze the editorial board, think of the possibility of being accepted then look at the number of papers or volume normally published by the journal (Belcher, 2009).

After following all that then one is ready to write, start by writing an awesome introduction, Write the literature review, go through to make sure it is effective Write the data analysis (data answers the questions raised in your literature review and introduction) and finally the draw your conclusion, It is important to learn to write first and revise later. Get feedback from your mentors and colleagues (Belcher, 2009). Then consider using a qualified editor to make sure your article is great then send ,if asked to give a probable reviewers name for reviewing your article, mention the reviewers which you cite their works, follow the correct submission format (Belcher, 2009).

While waiting for feedback, a paper that is not accepted will be rejected shortly and if it takes time it might be that it has been accepted and sent to the reviewers for review (Belcher, 2009). They will ask for corrections if necessary, and often reviewers will ask you to cite their works

The JAANP encourages suggestion of articles talking about evidence-based clinical occupations, case studies, nursing practitioner education, health policy, and other advanced practice nursing matters (Belcher, 2009). International writings that discuss advanced practice nursing concerns globally are also encouraged. The manuscripts must be original, not published works submitted for the exclusive use of the JAANP in respect with these guidelines.

Reference

Wendy Laura Belcher (2009) Writing your journal article in 12 weeks: a guide to academic publishing success. California: SAGE Publications.

Motivation is the process that accounts for a practitioners’ intensity, persistence and direction of effort toward attaining objectives (Anderson, 2009).It can be either intrinsic or extrinsic. Health care experts tend to be motivated by intrinsic factors mostly, motivating intrinsically should be a target motivation direction by colleagues and managers, a stable income, high education training, remuneration, achievements and co-workers (Anderson, 2009). Gestures of acknowledgment, compliment and praise toward co-workers, provides memorable events of motivation.

Creating a passionate, warm environment where they can share ideas and goals can be a powerful external motivator hence appealing nurses who grow in having their voice heard (Anderson, 2009). Showing interest in their opinion will motivate co-workers towards more meaningful team discussions. In big picture , recognizing a co-workers’ outstanding work can be done by recommending them for one of the various awards given both locally ,nationally and internationally for precise nursing practice (Anderson, 2009). Even though they are not in the finality chosen as the award winner, these recommended nurses will feel like winners. Making them aware that their job is needed and that exemplary performance could result to more exciting job opportunities (Anderson, 2009). Working conditions should also be adequate for all job assignments, and when developments are required, they should be made quickly.

Higher education should also be facilitated for them, employers should offer sufficient tuition incentives, benefits or loans offers. The state and private organizations should also offer scholarships and set aside funds for nursing initiatives (Anderson, 2009). Showing interest by consulting on their progress regarding institution’s funding is a way to bond with co-workers.

Reference

Mary Ann Anderson (2009) Nursing leadership, management, and professional practice for the LPN/LVN: in nursing school and beyond. Philadelphia: F.A. Davis Co.