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AREA OF INTERESTChamberlain College of NursingFamily Nurse PractitionerNene SaysiriAugust 2020
INTRODUCTION•Evidence-based practice (EBP) is a clinical decision making process where the clinician uses research based data and knowledge to execute their decision about care delivery. It’s a process to transform care into safe efficient and effective care. As future advanced practice nurses we need to learn how to apply EBP with the consideration of individuals patients needs to positively affect this change. •This presentation will explain the following:•What is Evidence based practice (EPB)?•Why is it important in the nursing practice?•Conceptual Model that can be used to develop and EBP•Area of interest•Factors influencing change•NONPF Competencies
EVIDENCE BASED DATA AND PRACTICES•Evidence-based practice is intended to standardize healthcare practices to science and best evidence and to reduce unreasonable variation in care, which is fueled by a demand from our communities and fellow professionals for accountability in safety and quality improvement in healthcare. (Stevens, 2017)Why should we participate in Evidence-based projects?•improve patient outcomes•help to provide high quality care, •reduce costs •eliminate practices that have become obsolete or are not effective.•helps clinicians stay current on standardized evidence based protocols•improves transparency and accountability
EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE MODELACE Star Model of Knowledge Transformation
ACE STAR MODEL OF KNOWLEDGE TRANSFORMATION•According to Steven (2017) Ace Star models of knowledge transformation offers a simple yet comprehensive approach to translate evidence into practice. •The Star Model gives a focal point for EBP projects, including education and interdisciplinary research projects. These are centered on two objectives: (a) basic and professional level workforce development for EBP; and (b) the study of the processes and outcomes within evidence-based quality improvement. (UT Health Science, 2015)•Has 5 stages: knowledge discovery, evidence summary, translation into practice recommendations, integration into practice, and evaluation.