Clinically Proven to Improve Nurses’ Knowledge by 54%

Mid adult African American mental health professional talks with a female patient about the patient's prescription medication.


In this on-demand webcast, lead author Dr. Caleb Ferguson reviews the results of a new clinical research study that demonstrate significant, measurable improvements in both knowledge and behaviors among participating nurses. The research study included nurses employed in four clinical specialities (neuroscience, stroke, rehabilitation, and cardiology) across three Australian acute care hospitals in metropolitan Sydney over a six-week period. Published in the European Journal for Cardiovascular Nursingthe study reported a significant fifty-four percent mean improvement in knowledge of atrial fibrillation (AF) and anticoagulation among participants.