Clinical journals, such as JoPAN, provide readers with evidence to support or improve perianesthesia nursing patient care. However, some JoPAN readers have confessed disappointment as to the number of research articles and their meaning. Every research article has the potential to provide evidence-based practice recommendations when readers consider two types of significance.
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- The effects of virtual reality on preoperative anxiety in patients undergoing colorectal and abdominal wall surgery: a randomized controlled trial.JoPAN. 2023; 38: 277-283https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jopan.2022.07.005
- Use of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation to alleviate thirst after surgery: a randomized controlled trial.JoPAN. 2023; 38: 291-296https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jopan.2022.07.010
- Beyond statistical significance: clinical interpretation of rehabilitation research literature.Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2014; 9: 726-736
Published online: March 03, 2023
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