Skip to main content

8110 Gatehouse Road, Falls Church, VA 22042

Evidence-Based Practice & Research at Inova Loudoun Hospital

Translate

two nurses
Pictured in front of their award winning poster The Psychosocial Benefits of Music Therapy for Hospitalized Antepartum Patients from left to right are Jaimee Robinson, MSN, RN, RNC-OB, C-EFM and music therapy grad student, Johanna Horn.

Members of the Inova Loudoun Nursing team take part in the system-wide Research and Evidence Based Practice (EBP) program. Each year ILH is proud of our nurse’s involvement and contribution.

We support the Vizient Nurse Residency Program and the numerous, inspirational, and innovative EBP projects developed by our nurse residents. Additionally, we support and facilitate the initiatives of other registered nurses within the campus, who are undertaking evidence based projects and research.

Inova nurses undertaking research projects have access to world-class support resources, including:

  • Librarians in the Inova Fairfax Health Sciences Library
  • Grants Management Office
  • Access to many research and EBP templates
  • The privilege to work collaboratively with other health care institutions

Below is a sample of our ILH Research and EBP posters, podium presentations, and published articles. Efforts contribute to systematically improving patient care, reducing error, and enhancing the integrity and excellence of all health care interactions.

Posters, Presentations and Articles

powerpoint[downloads to come]

  • 2019 EBP Improving Pediatric Readiness among Nurses in Freestanding Emergency Rooms poster.pptx
  • Everything OB EMS Obstetrical Workshop Poster.pptx
  • POUS Measuring the Perceptions of Healthcare Workers towards Opioid Use and Misuse poster.pptx
  • 2019 Final Gimme 5 Help Babies Thrive at Inova Loudoun Hospital poster.pptx
  • Impact of an Active Music Therapy Intervention on ICU Patients article.pdf
  • Creating a Sensory Friendly Ped ER Article.pdf
  • Survivability of Existing Peripheral Intravenous Access Following Blood Sampling in a Ped Population Article.pdf

Colleagues at ENA conference
ILH Emergency Department Nurses attended the Emergency Nurses Association Conference, Austin, Texas, in September 2019.
three nurses
Pictured from left to right; Mary Luis, BSN, RN and Sydney Swarns, RN from our Progressive Care Unit and Clinical Director, Gina Harrison, MSN, RN, NE-BC, CPEN, CEN from Family Centered Care unit.