Introducing Personal Digital Assistance (PDA)


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Introducing Personal Digital Assistance (PDA)
Evidence-based practice can be facilitated by increasing the access that nurses have to research data and clinical guidelines. Barriers to evidence based practice that have been identified through research include keeping up with current changes and the ability to search for evidence based information (McKenna, Ashton and Keeney (2004). With recent developments in information technology, access to research data and clinical practice guidelines can be obtained through the use of electronic resources. One of the most effective and time-saving tools that can be acquired by the hospital to assist nurses to implement evidence-based care is the personal digital assistance (PDA). A PDA is a hand held...
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