Reducing Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections through Evidence-Based Nursing Education
Patients hospitalized or in critical condition frequently receive central venous catheters (CVCs) treatment. CVCs are linked to the emergence of central line-associated bloodstream infections despite their significant use (CLABSIs). This study project aims to reduce CLABSIs by implementing evidence-based nursing education because of the high incidence of CLABSIs. To ascertain whether effective, evidence-based nursing education will contribute to a decrease in CLABSIs. The program will be implemented in acute care settings. Once the infections contracted during treatment decrease, the study’s findings will significantly contribute to cost savings at the individual and organizational levels.
The current study examines how evidence-based nursing education can reduce central line infections. The study’s introduction fully describes the research problem, which will be resolved using the data gathered during the research process. The importance or significance of the study will also be discussed in the chapter. The research is being done to fill a research gap and should help formulate policies and in practice in real-world settings. The chapter includes the study’s purpose or goal, which explains why it is being done and what it hopes to accomplish. The chapter concludes with the evaluation criteria and research project results…