Advantages of Utilizing a Research-Based Technique to Problem Resolution
Evidenced-based care or approach entails the integration of evidence from clinical expertise, research, as well as patient preferences in making decisions regarding the patients’ health care (Goldenberg, 2010). Evidence-based care ensures health care is efficient, effective, and satisfy the needs of patients. Evidence-based approach helps in determining what works and what does not, moreover, with whom as well as where it operates best.
Evidence-based approach root decisions from findings as well as proven techniques of investigation. Besides, makes a decision on earlier evidence and proceeds onto other procedures via innovations reliant on the experience. Consequently, this increases chances of eliminating errors in daily practices of nursing (Bush et al., 2009)
Evidence-based approach is advantageous as procedures or tests recommended are medically efficient in lowering mortality and morbidity. Moreover, ensures that the medical benefit outweighs the risks, the cost of procedures or tests are reasonably comparable to expected benefits and that recommended actions are feasible and practical (Bush et al., 2009).
Overall, evidence-based cares is advantageous and put into consideration discarding suspicion of qualitative evidence, scientific, collect skills for critics, and develop imaginative trials that help in promoting many practices of nursing (Bush et al., 2009). Evidence-based approach ensures promulgation of naturalistic investigations by revealing their significance and explaining or confirming their rigor within investigating health care.
Evidence-based approach allows health practitioners to act on established evidence; this makes them responsible and accountable for activities within their control. In summarizing merits of evidence-based approach, it should be stressed that those issues that are easily articulated or measured are not the significant concerns within the health care. Extra space is required to identify and explore the knowledge that originates from practicing nursing, to discover novel channels for communicating concepts that are not accommodated in the nursing discourse (Bush et al., 2009).
Integrating Imogene King, the Theory of Goal Attainment
Nursing theory denotes set of definitions, relationships, propositions or assumptions, and concepts originating from nursing models, and/or from other disciplines. Moreover, it entails an organized evaluation of phenomena through developing inter-relationships between concepts to describe, predict, explain, and/or prescribe (Hajbaghery & Salsali, 2010).
King’s model focuses on how aims of the patient are attained via the client-nurse interactions. The goal of nursing is to achieve, keep, as well as regain good health. Goals are designed via communication and interaction within a social framework where patients’ needs are attained by mutually set aims between nursing staff and client. King’s model may be integrated in supporting the execution of evidence-based nursing intervention by using it as a system for evaluating and sustaining a healthy social framework, which assists patients obtain their stated goals (Hajbaghery & Salsali, 2010). Goal Attainment theory offers an approach to achieve the aim of access as well as quality life.
King’s model can be integrated in supporting the execution of evidence-based nursing intervention through its elements, which stresses on mutual goal setting by the client and nurse (Moody & Pesut, 2012). Personal element assists in better fathoming an individual growth and development, and their self-perception. Moreover, the element of interpersonal may be integrated in identifying roles, sources of stress, and interactions with the client (Moody & Pesut, 2012). Besides, the social element of King’s model helps in understanding what influences the decision making of client, their social position, and where they get power and authority.
The application of documentation framework enables the nurse to monitor the three distinct systems within life of the patient while carrying out evaluation, diagnosis, plan, as well as identification of results, implementation, and assessment (Moody & Pesut, 2012). The model can be of use in interacting with the patient, and having joint goals. Moreover, its integration allows the joint chosen goals to be achieved when the client and nurse communicate and mutually work towards those goals (Hajbaghery & Salsali, 2010).
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