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Perception of Nurses working in Kozhikode towards Evidence Based Practice -A Cross Sectional Study Protocol

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Maryelizabeth Tidiya Walarine and Binoy Mathew, K.V.
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Health Sciences
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Introduction: It has been quoted that the health care professionals are bound to deliver services based on high quality research results. Therefore, Evidence Based Practice (EBP) is given much thrust in recent years. Perceptions, knowledge and attitudes of health professionals towards EBP influence adoption and implementation of best practices in healthcare. There is a scarcity of research about perception of nurses towards Evidence Based Practice in Kerala. So we decided to conduct a cross sectional study about perception of EBP among nurses in Kozhikode district, Kerala. Method: Cross sectional study with purposive sampling technique will be used in the present study. 30 final year MSc nursing students, 30 nurses working in hospitals and 30 nursing faculties each will be included in the study. Perception of Nurses on Evidence Based Practice (EBP) Questionnaire will be used. SPSS software version 18 will be used for data analysis. Result: The result will provide insight regarding the level of perception about EBP among nurses in Kozhikode. Futher it will add more knowledge regarding the variation in perception among nurses, nursing students and nursing faculties regarding EBP. The study will help in highlighting the current status of EBP knowledge and utilization among nurses in this area. Discussion: The findings of the present study will provide information about the perception about EBP among various nursing professionals and guide policy makers and curriculum designers in adopting effective strategies to enhance the use of EBP in nursing practice. The present study will act as a background for more extensive research in the current topic and enhance knowledge base regarding Evidence Based Practice in nursing profession.

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