An Introduction to Clinical Inquiry
NURS-6052:Essentials of Evidence-Based Practice
June 12, 2019
The issue selected is Hand Hygiene.
This is a common practice in evidence based nursing, but mostly also done as a routine instead of being considered as a good practice.
The keywords used were
current issues affecting evidence-based nursing
Adelman, M. M. (2007). Clean and Healthy Hands: A proposal to Improve the Quality of Infection Control in UT Residence Halls.
Chatfield, S. L., DeBois, K., Nolan, R., Crawford, H., & Hallam, J. S. (2017). Hand hygiene among healthcare workers: a qualitative meta summary using the GRADE-CERQual process. Journal of infection prevention, 18(3), 104-120.
Pires, D., & Pittet, D. (2017). Hand hygiene mantra: teach, monitor, improve, and celebrate. Journal of Hospital Infection, 95(4), 335-337.
Temime, L., Cohen, N., Ait-Bouziad, K., Denormandie, P., Dab, W., & Hocine, M. N. (2018). Impact of a multicomponent hand hygiene–related intervention on the infectious risk in nursing homes: A cluster randomized trial. American journal of infection control, 46(2), 173-179.