Implementation: The linchpin of evidence-based practice changes

Implementation is a major step in the evidence-based practice (EBP) process that’s often underappreciated and under-resourced, resulting in delays in using evidence in clinical practice settings. Implementation models for promoting uptake of EBP through strategic efforts and use of a toolbox of strategies can promote successful practice changes. The success of EBP initiatives depends on multiple strategies that are aligned with the stage or phase of readiness for a practice change.

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