"From the bedside to the boardroom, the Johns Hopkins model is applicable for the translation of new knowledge into practice and evidence-based policy. The model transcends the professions and provides structure and rigor for good decision making in a complex environment."
Deb Zimmermann, DNP, RN, NEA-BC
Chief Nursing Officer and Vice President, Patient Care Services
"We applaud you and the authors. We have adopted the model at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System, and the text is used to teach our 1,000+ nursing students evidence-based practice in our school of nursing."
Diane Pravikoff, RN, PhD, FAAN
Director of Research/Professional Liaison
CINAHL Information Systems
"Implementation of evidence-based practice in nursing is not a simple process. It requires both individual and organizational commitment, along with a great deal of preparation, knowledge, and skill. The authors have presented essential information from their own experiences to guide readers through this process. They describe the infrastructure, core competencies, and skills necessary to manage evidence-based practice projects, to achieve meaningful clinical outcomes, and, equally important, disseminate the results. Johns Hopkins Evidence-Based Practice Model: Implementation and Translation combines the theoretical with the practical and will be extremely helpful to individuals at any stage of implementing evidence-based practice in various health care settings."
Director, Nursing Research and Evidence Based Practice
Children's Health care of Atlanta
"This book provides invaluable information to facilitate the growth of evidence-based practice at the bedside and across the health care system. Johns Hopkins Nursing Evidence-Based Practice Model: Implementation and Translation provides much needed guidance to avoid the pitfalls often encountered during successful translation of evidence to practice."
Associate Research Professor
University of Kansas Medical Center