Integration of Evidence-based Practice (EBP) in clinical practice

Integration of Evidence-based Practice (EBP) in clinical practice

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Melnyk and Fineout-Overholt define Evidence-based practice (EBP) as ‘a problem solving approach in clinical practice that involve conscientious use of current best evidence, along with clinical expertise and client preferences in making decision about client care’ (2005). As new information and technologies emerge from updated research studies, practical guidelines and technological development, nurses should keep up with new developments in order to provide the highest quality of client care.
20 Nov 2016 - General
Our world is constantly changing and always hunger for the most up to date information and innovations. This is true Marinelle Castro that it does not only apply to doctors but also with nurses as well. We have this so called CQI for our continuous quality improvement practices. It is very critical to find the right area and topic to choose from where you wanted to conduct the study or research. Analyzing the dat...
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Evidence-based practice is not limited for physicians, but nurses and all members of the healthcare team should actually involve themselves incorporating this into their practice. For nursing professionals, I have reviewed a lot of quality improvement papers that have been written by nurses from the United States, and I was able to get a glimpse of their practice through those papers. Using evidence-based practice, they are more empowered in improving the standards of the service that they are p...
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Evidence based practice (EBP) is the conscientious use of current best evidence in making decisions about patient care. The EBP process is a method that allows the practitioner to assess research, clinical guidelines, and other information resources based on high quality findings and apply the results to practice. EBP is important because it aims to provide the most effective care that is available, with the aim of improving patient outcomes. Patients expect to receive the most effective care ba...
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