Are you familiar with NursingCenter’s specialty sites? In the past few years, NursingCenter has launched two specialty sites, the Evidence Based Practice Network and the Skin Care Network. Both sites feature targeted, in-depth content and each have their own unique features and products. Let’s take a quick glance to learn more about these sites.
The Skin Care Network
The Skin Care Network was launched in 2011 by the clinical and editorial team of Lippincott's NursingCenter.com in collaboration with the Dermatology Nurses' Association and the American Society of Plastic Surgical Nurses. The goal is to share all the dermatology and skin care content from Lippincott's vast collection of nursing journals and keep you up-to-date with the latest research, news, and information your patients may be reading or hearing about in the media.
Take a look at some of our features:
Discover the latest research findings and evidence-based practice recommendations, as well as links to related mainstream media items.
• Tools & Resources
Organized by clinical topic, pages feature all dermatology and skin care continuing education opportunities and patient education tools.
• Society Partners
Learn more about the Dermatology Nurses' Association and the American Society of Plastic Surgical Nurses.
• Skin Care Insider eNewsletter
Sign up for our free monthly eNewsletter that offers you the latest on skin care!
• Social Media
Look for The Skin Care Network on Facebook and Twitter.
The Evidence-Based Practice Network
Lippincott’s Evidence-Based Practice Network is an online resource powered by LWW and the Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI), which promotes and supports the synthesis and transfer of evidence-based practice information to healthcare professionals. The network offers peer-reviewed resources aimed to integrate evidence into practice in an effort to support clinical decision making.
Here are some network highlights:
• JOURNAL CLUB*
Here, you gain access to journals for evidence-based practice targeted to your specialty, as well as the opportunity to share information and ideas with other professionals.
This premier review software package helps health professionals conduct systematic reviews of evidence of feasibility, appropriateness, meaningfulness, and effectiveness of health intervention.
Analyze small qualitative datasets following a three-step process of entering data, categorizing data, and building themes.
Tailor your clinical practice guidelines for local use with this JBI tool.
• JBI Library
Subscribe and gain access to JBI’s vast collection of evidence-based resources.
• JBI Continuing Education
Discover JBI’s continuing education resources, as well as their evidence-based practice series.
• ‘Show Me The Evidence’ Blog
Stay up–to-date with Lippincott’s blog dedicated to evidence-based practice.
• EBP Insider eNewsletter
Sign up to receive our free monthly eNewsletter!
• Social Media
Follow The EBP Network on Facebook and Twitter.