When searching for Evidence Based Articles for this class, look for articles that are:
Evidence Based Research begins with a question. It could be an intervention, work place issue, etc...
Strong Evidence (If done well):
Weaker Evidence (Weak due to possible bias or other issues)
Continuing Education Articles
Articles published in Nursing Journals that are designed to provide nurses with opportunities to learn about different topics. Many of these articles are accompanied by a test for the nurse to answer and submit to received continuing education credit.
Articles may be labeled as CE, CEU, or CNE.
Articles in journals are written by people who have a degree in that particular or similar field or they have a lot of experience in that area of study.
The articles are usually written for the professional and may use technical language.
The goals of a journal is to further knowledge in a particular field.
If you are wondering what the difference is between a journal article and Evidence based article: An evidence based article is a type of journal article. Not all journal articles are evidence based. They may be informational, a literature review, or use a different type of methodology.