Ep-6 Johns Hopkins Nursing: Center for Nursing Inquiry | Synthesis and Translation

September 4, 2019


In the sixth podcast, we cover information related to synthesis and translation. First, we discuss what synthesis actually is and how it is an opportunity to use our critical thinking skills. Next, we outline the steps to actually complete an evidence synthesis. We outline the specific strategic steps that you use when you translate evidence. Finally, we share real-world examples of how nurses can actually use these abstract tools!

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