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1 ***I did not get full credit, they took off 5 points for not having 4 solutions*** Models and barriers: Module 1:3 Namey Mcghee Department of Nursing, University of Texas Arlington NURS 5367: Evidence Based Practice Dr. Judy LeFlore Ph.D., RN, NNP-BC, CPNP-AC&PC, ANEF, FAAN July 10, 2021
2 Models and barriers: Module 1:3 Evidence based health care should provide the backbone of all nursing and medical care in the medical system. However, care is based on sufficient evidence only about 18% of the time (Ebell et al., 2017). As such, as nurses it is imperative to have a good understanding of what constitutes evidence-based practices (EBP), and how to implement it. Working in inpatient mental health care has several challenges that come with the patient population and the structure of mental health care in America. However, in the unit I work in, there are certain barriers that make implementing evidence-based care a challenge. In this paper, I will discuss those barriers while providing solutions if possible and discussing an implementable model to improve the application of evidence-based care. The first large challenge is a heavy reliance on a biomedical model of mental illness. This model means pharmacological interventions are valued as the main means of improving mental health (Wade & Halligan, 2017). While this is true in certain cases such as catatonia, other

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