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Translational research – New perspectives for pediatric nursing practice: Innovative strategies for change

      Innovative strategies designed to address difficult pediatric nursing practice problems provide new perspectives and creative solutions to enhance pediatric nursing care for children and their families. When difficult practice problems are identified, new perspectives and creative solutions are needed. By reframing perspectives, these challenging practice problems can be addressed through innovative strategies. New perspectives are based on the outcomes of innovative nursing research, evidence-based practice and quality improvement projects. Innovative strategies may be used to address challenging practice problems and change practice. In this way, innovative strategies change pediatric nursing practice resulting in enhanced care for children and their families.
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