The evidence base for gerontological nursing practice. Part 2: Making sense of the evidence
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The evidence base for gerontological nursing practice. Part 2: Making sense of the evidence

Jan Draper Programme Director BSc (Hons) in Gerontological Nursing, Distance Learning, RCN Institute, London

This is the second of two articles exploring the meaning of ‘evidence-based practice’. The first, in last month’s issue, considered what is meant by ‘evidence’. This month, Jan Draper examines how literature reviews can help nurses make sense of the variety of evidence available to them.

Nursing Older People. 16, 7, 28-33. doi: 10.7748/nop2004.10.16.7.28.c2334

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