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In this episode, the third (and final) in their series on pre-appraised evidence, Nadine Rosenblum and Maddie Whalen discuss how and where to find evidence for your clinical questions. Maddie talks with Nadine about repositories of pre-appraised evidence, focusing on …

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In part two of their three-part series, Nadine Rosenblum and Maddie Whalen continue their conversation about pre-appraised evidence. This episode focuses on sources of evidence for your clinical question - Maddie shares information about two well-known sources, Cochrane and JBI.

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This month’s podcast begins the first of a three-part series on finding evidence for your clinical question. This episode focuses on the definition of pre-appraised, or “filtered” evidence and what types of evidence they are. Nadine Rosenblum, Nursing Inquiry Program …

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In this month’s podcast, the CNI’s Nursing Inquiry Program Coordinator, Nadine Rosenblum, spoke with Dawn Hohl, Executive Director of Transitions and Relationship Management, about how inquiry impacts her work. Dawn, who is with Johns Hopkins Care at Home, faces unique …

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In this month’s episode, Nadine Rosenblum, nursing inquiry coordinator for the Center for Nursing Inquiry speaks with Paula Murray, manager of nursing professional specialty programs at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. Paula describes her role, …

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Publishing the results of your work is an important way to share what you’ve learned with other nurses and – bigger picture – advance the science of nursing. Finding time to actually write, however, can be challenging.  That is where …

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In this month’s podcast, Nadine Rosenblum, Nursing Inquiry Coordinator, discusses taking a project from the idea stage to dissemination with Dr. Donna Berizzi, DNP, Associate Chief Nursing Officer for the Johns Hopkins Health System. Follow along as Donna discusses her …

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