Implementation

Teaching EBP: Implementation of Evidence: Moving from Evidence to Action

Implementation of evidence is essential for patients to receive the best care possible. Implementation is the fourth step in the EBP process and requires moving from a focus on finding and evaluating the evidence to actively using it to produce quality outcomes. This step actually starts with the clinical scenario and transcends the whole of the EBP process. Without implementation of evidence, the other steps in the process will be less than effective.

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Resource quality according to evaluation criteria, range 0-32: 14