Southern California Nursing Research/Evidence-Based Practice
Delivering the best possible care is essential-to our careers and to our practice. And research provides us with the most objective means of determining how to improve the quality of that care and service.
At Southern California Kaiser Permanente, we practice evidence-based care. Therefore all research - whether conducted internally or in our industry at large - is paramount to heightening the care we deliver. As a nurse at Kaiser Permanente, we encourage you to participate in research initiatives that give you the opportunity to voice your ideas and shape the future of nursing at Kaiser Permanente.
Nursing Research is a rigorous and systematic process to generate new nursing knowledge for translation into meaningful evidence which can directly and/or indirectly transform nursing practice and patient/family outcomes.
The Southern California Kaiser Permanente Nursing Research Program enhances quality care by fostering research and evidence-based nursing practices.
Southern California Nursing Research Program
The Kaiser Permanente Nursing Research Program enhances quality care by fostering research and evidence-based nursing practices. Strategic topics addressed by the projects include women's health, patient safety, pain management, adolescent health, and patient satisfaction.
Nursing Research Online
Pain Resources Program at Kaiser Los Angeles Medical Center
The Regional Nursing Research Pain Consortium creates and sustains a nursing scientific community that supports local projects to improve pain management in all populations across the continuum of care.
Nursing Research Series
The purpose of this educational series is to assist nurses to be a consumer of nursing research, to evaluate the adequacy of research findings in terms of their scientific merit, and to consider their potential for utilization in evidence-based nursing practice.
Information about how to put together and seek funding for your own project.