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Military Medicine Supplement
Advancing Evidence-Based Practice in Military Nursing

Volume 189, Issue Supplement 1, January/February 2024

Editors:

CAPT (ret) Heather C. King, PhD, PMHNP-BC, CRNA, FAAN

COL Young J. Yauger, AN, USA,PhD, CRNA, FAANA

As the military healthcare system embraces, implements, and sustains evidence-based practice (EBP) into all aspects of care, TSNRP continues to support this transformation to improve clinical outcomes service members. This supplement highlights clinically focused EBP projects conducted by military nurses, as well as essential infrastructure needed to advance EBP within the military healthcare system.

Evidence-Based Practice Quick Introduction Video
Evidence-Based Practice: A Quick Introduction

Learn where Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) is present within the military, models for EBP, and decision trees to translate research evidence into clinic practice guidelines. Plus, gain resources available from TSNRP.

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Battlefield and Disaster Nursing Pocket Guide, 2nd Edition

Editors:

Col(ret) Elizabeth Bridges, USAF RNC
Col(ret) Margaret McNeill, USAF RNC

Written by military nurses, this is the premier quick reference guide for battlefield nurses on the front lines. This pocket guide contains critical assessment and treatment information, as well as numerous medication guides to ensure accurate care in the field. Designed to fit in the pocket of a uniform and endure rigorous field conditions, this unique pocket guide provides state-of-the-art, evidence-based recommendations for providing nursing care under exceptional conditions. Published Jones & Barlett, 2020.

Download Electronic Version

A limited number of codes are available to download the electronic version:

  • Option 1: Download Bookshelf on a non-networked computer and create an account. Once set up, it will ask you for a Redeem Code which TSNRP provides by request. Once downloaded to a laptop, the guide may also be downloaded on a mobile device.
     

  • Option 2: If trying to access the guide while at a Military Treatment Facility, go to the Vital Source online web reader to set up an account. Once the account is set up online, redeem the code we provide. For troubleshooting email Vital Source.

To Request Redeem Code: Email TSNRP with your full name, rank, military treatment facility, duty station, and number of codes needed.

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TriService Nursing Research Program: A Critical Component to Support Military Nursing Science

Nursing Outlook, Volume 70, Issue 6, Supplement 2, S100-S103

November 2022

Authors:
CAPT (ret) Heather C. King, PhD, PMHNP-BC, CRNA, FAAN
Laura A. Talbot, PhD, EdD, RN
COL Young J. Yauger, AN, USA, PhD, CRNA, FAANA

The TriService Nursing Research Program (TSNRP) is a Department of Defense program dedicated to supporting military nursing research and evidence-based practice (EBP) projects that contribute to advancing nursing practice and improving the quality of care service members receive. Specifically, TSNRP is committed to ensuring that all military service members, and their beneficiaries, receive evidence-based health care in all care settings—from military treatment facilities (i.e., hospitals and clinics located within military bases) to austere deployed operational environments worldwide. Leveraging scientific expertise developed over the last three decades, and driven by TSNRP's longstanding mission, strategic goals, and funding priorities, ensures that the most relevant high-quality projects receive funding. Investigator supported research examines the unique military health care needs of service members and beneficiaries and the health care system intended to meet those needs. However, TSNRP has accomplished more than simply funding research investigations and EBP projects. Over the last three decades, TSNRP has supported an expanding cadre of military nurse scholars, improved patient outcomes, optimized individual and unit operational readiness through support of over 500 funded projects ($160M), educational course offerings, research and EBP summits, and the support of six research interest groups.

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COVID-10 Palliative Care Toolkit: Biobehavioral Framework

Authors: Ceferina Brackett, RN, BSN; Rebecca Heyne, PhD, DNP, MBA, RN; Lt Col Sarah Huffman, USAF, NC, PhD, RN; LeAnne Lovett-Floom, DNP, MSN, PHN-BC; Lt Col Laurie Migliore, USAF, NC, PhD, RN; Capt Erin Repko, USAF, NC, MSN.

Prepare and support frontline workers in addressing unique
COVID-19 palliative care challenges related to physical and social isolation; limited access to “in-person/ face-to-face” supports (family, chaplains, therapists); the unpredictable rapid change of a patient’s clinical course; and the complex decision making and conversations required in our evolving healthcare delivery system. Based on best available evidence as of September 2020.

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Military Medicine Supplement
Military Nurses: Frontline Caregivers in the COVID-19 Pandemic

Volume 186, Issue Supplement_2, September-October 2021

Editors:

CAPT (ret) Heather C. King, PhD, PMHNP-BC, CRNA, FAAN

Dr. Emily Bell

Military nurses have been placed in the forefront of clinical and leadership roles during the COVID-19 pandemic. Serving in critical roles, military nurses have spearheaded innovations in clinical practice, conducted research, and implemented evidence-based practice projects that have advanced the capabilities of the Armed Forces Nurse Corps. This collection captures and highlights many of these military nursing contributions combating the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Science Direct Supplement

Military Women's Health: Research Gaps & Opportunities

Volume 31, Supplement 1, August 2021

Guest Editor: Nancy K. Lowe

Evidence on seven topics pertinent to the health of active duty military women including unplanned pregnancy, cervical cancer, secually transmitted infections, adjustment disorders, obstetrics, breastfeeding, and sleep as revealed by scoping review methods.

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