Why is understanding the health care system at the local level important to consider when planning an EBP implementation? Conduct research and solicit anecdotal evidence from your course mentor that you will take into consideration for your own change project. Proper understanding of the health care system at the local level is important when planning an evidenced-based practice (EBP) implementation. Implementation of EBP requires a variety of resources from the local level. According to Squires et. al. (2019), the 14 attributes of implementation of EBP were resource access, work structure, patient characteristics, professional role, culture, facility characteristics, system features, healthcare professional characteristics, financial, collaboration, leadership, evaluation, regulatory or legislative standards, and societal influences. Bonham, Sommerfeld, Willging, & Aarons (2014) state that implementation of new practices often involves organizational change and is rarely a simple problem that can be addressed with a single series of training sessions. Positive leadership styles are known to be
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- Squires, Bonham, Aarons