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Running head: [SHORTENED TITLE UP TO 50 CHARACTERS] 1Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) and Nursing research can have the potential for overlapping, but are two completely separate processes. Hospitals seeking Magnet recognition are required to conduct nursing research projects as well as having EBP well cemented into their culture. According to Yoo, Kim, Kim, Kim, & Ki (2019), "Evidence-based practice (EBP) is a problem-solving approach to clinical care that incorporates the conscious use of the best available scientific evidence, clinicians' expertise, and patients' values" (p. 2). "Evidence-based practice and nursing research: Avoiding confusion," (2010) explains that "Evidence-based practice looks at research findings, quality improvement data and other forms of evaluation data, and expert opinion to identify methods of improvement." According to Baker (2017), "Nursing research is theory-based and systematically designed to answer a question, test an intervention, or solve a problem. The goal of NR is to generate new knowledge to share worldwide with other nurses in the discipline" (p. 3).