N257 Week 14

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N257 Week 14
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  1. What is the term for summarizing the available evidence and making recommendations based on the findings?
    synthesis
  2. What is the term for moving research findings into clinical practice?
    translation
  3. What is the term for the integration of findings from scientifically sound research to determine what is currently known or not known?
    content clustering
  4. What is term for the process of synthesizing, disseminating, and using research-generated information to have an effect on or change existing practices in society?
    research utilization
  5. What is the term for the period of time between generating and using knowledge by society?
    time lag in research utilization
  6. What is the term for a theory for communicating innovations or new ideas developed through research?
    Roger's Theory of Diffusion of Innovations
  7. What is the five stage process of Roger's Theory of Diffusion of Innovations?
    • Knowledge
    • Persuasion
    • Decision
    • Implementation
    • Confirmation
  8. What characteristic of persuasion involves asking is it better than usual practice?
    relative advantage
  9. What characteristic of persuasion involves asking is it consistent with current values, past experience, and priority of needs?
    compatibility
  10. What characteristic of persuasion is the degree to which innovation is perceived to be difficult to use or understand?
    complexity
  11. What characteristic of persuasion is the ability to try out innovation or idea on a limited basis with the option of returning to previous practices?
    trialability
  12. What characteristic of persuasion is the extent to which the results of an innovation are visible to others?
    observability
  13. What is the term for when the intervention was examined and a decision was made to not adopt it?
    active rejection
  14. What is the term for when the intervention was never seriously considered?
    passive rejection
  15. What is the term for what provides detailed guidelines that are documented with research sources for implementing an intervention in practice?
    research-based protocol
  16. What is the term for when the intervention is used exactly as it was developed?
    direct application
  17. What is the term for when the adopters modify intervention to meet their needs?
    reinvention
  18. What is the term for when knowledge is incorporated into the individual's thinking and combined with past experience, previous education, and current values?
    indirect application
  19. What stage is when the individual/unit evaluates effectiveness of intervention and decides either to continue or to discontinue it?
    confirmation stage
  20. What is the term for when the intervention is rejected in order to adopt a better idea?
    replacement
  21. What is the term for what occurs when an idea is rejected because the user is dissatisfied with the outcome?
    disenchantment
  22. What is the term for the conscientious integration of best research evidence with clinical expertise and patient values?
    evidence-based practice
  23. What is the name of the model that provides direction for development of evidence-based practice in an agency and looks at triggers for change such as risk management data, financial data, organizational standards, and philosophy of care?
    Iowa Model of evidence-based practice

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