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WORLDviews on Evidence-Based Nursing: Celebrating 10 Years of Research

Worldviews on Evidence-Based NursingThe leading nursing society that has brought you the Journal of Nursing Scholarship is also bringing you Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing. A quarterly, peer-reviewed, journal and information resource from The Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International, the journal uniquely bridges knowledge and application taking a global approach in its presentation of research, policy and practice, education and management.

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 10 years since WORLDviews on Evidence-Based Nursing™ first started helping nurses everywhere bridge the gap between research and practice.

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of WORLDviews, we are pleased to bring you free access throughout 2013 to the top 10 most cited articles published in the journal during the first ten years:

A systematic review for effective management of central venous catheters and catheter sites in acute care paediatric patients

Factors influencing best-practice guideline implementation: Lessons learned from administrators, nursing staff, and project leaders

Managerial leadership for nurses use of research evidence: An integrative review of the literature

Understanding work contextual factors: A short-cut to evidence-based practice?

Barriers and facilitators influencing call center nurses decision support for callers facing values-sensitive decisions: A mixed methods study

The emotional impact of obesity on children

Creating infrastructure supportive of evidence-based nursing practice: Leadership strategies

Outcomes-focused knowledge translation: A framework for knowledge translation and patient outcomes improvement

The Evidence-Based Practice Beliefs and Implementation Scales: Psychometric Properties of Two New Instruments

A systematic review of the safety and effectiveness of restraint and seclusion as interventions for the short-term management of violence in adult psychiatric inpatient settings and emergency departments

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