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Tutorial for your policy paper



Step 1: To access all Presence Health Policies, look at the step-by-step screenshots I made for you below. I walk you through exactly where to go to pick a Presence Health Policy. (Note: you have to be on campus to access Presence Health policies)

Step 2: find a Review using either Joanna Briggs Institute or Cochrane in Ovid. You can select Joanna Briggs Institute and the EBM Full Text, which will just give you full text access to Cochrane:

Step 3: For the National Guidelines Clearinghouse, click here

How to Find a Hospital Policy

Go To Presence Health's Intranet page

(it automatically opens when you open a browser on a university computer)

Click on "I'm Looking For..." and select "Policies"

Next, click on "Policy Search"

Now fill in the blanks with what you would like. If you want to search across the whole system, select all of the boxes.

 

Joanna Briggs Institute

The Joanna Briggs Institute is a new database that ResU aquired in July of 2014. This database will be extremely helpful with analyzing your hospital policy for your hospital policy paper and your role transition project in the future! This database allows you to search a wide range of evidence in over 3,000 records across seven publication types:

  • Best Practice Information Sheets
  • Consumer Information Sheets
  • Evidence Summaries
  • Recommended Practices
  • Systematic Review Protocols
  • Systematic Reviews
  • Technical Reports

To access, go to Ovid and select the Joanna Briggs Institute button:

After you conduct your search, to view your results, you will have to click on the area that says JBI Database PDF. You will not see a PDF icon. This is very different than what you would see in EBSCO:


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