Evaluating the Impact of EBP Education: Development of a Modified Fresno Test for Acute Care Nursing - Online Course

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The purpose of this article from Worldviews of Evidence-Based Nursing is to adapt the Modified Fresno-Acute Care Nursing test and develop a psychometrically sound tool for use in academic and practice settings.


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About the Author

Margo A. Halm, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, is Associate Chief Nurse Executive, Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice at the VA Portland Health Care System in Portland, Oregon. Halm has held staff nurse, Clinical Nurse Specialist, and research director positions in various Magnet health care facilities. She writes a regular EBP column ‘Clinical Evidence Review’ for the American Journal of Critical Care. Halm’s current research focuses on validating an objective method to assess EBP competence of nurses.

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