Coast Medical Center Nursing Research Journal Club
Audience: All Lee Memorial Health System nursing staff.
The Cardiovascular Nursing Research Journal Club strives to
introduce pertinent nursing research to interested nurses,
supporting and developing staff's research skills to ultimately
enrich nursing practice.
nurses' knowledge of the research process.
nurses' ability to critically evaluate published nursing
an awareness of current nursing research studies.
evaluate current practice based on evidence-based nursing
information with other nursing staff members.
motivate nurses to participate in evidence-based practice
and/or nursing research projects at LMHS
and enhance critical thinking skills.
outcomes: The desired outcome is to improve nurses'
understanding in developing evidence-based practice and
conducting primary nursing research.
of meetings: As Scheduled.
Various locations throughout LMHS.
assignments: The journal article to be reviewed will be
available the first business day of each month.
A link to
the month's article will be posted on the Nursing WEB page.
A link to
the month's article will be posted on the Medical Library
copies of monthly articles may also be obtained from the ICU
credits: Application has been made to earn one (1) contact
hour for each Journal Club meeting attended.
Holly Muller, VP of
Patient Care Services
All Unit Council "Leads"
Suzi Whatley (System ED Educator, Debbie Norris (CPC Chair Elect), Elena
Hanabarger (Intern Development Specialist), Melissa Lynn (GCMC Nursing
Education, Marco Polizzi (ENDO Supervisor), Debbie Fleming (GCMC Nursing
Education), Julia Liebscher (Admin Director), Claude Houle (Admin
updated: August 23, 2010