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significant amount of evidence available, there may be information and research that contradicteach other which affects the validity of the research and the quality of care (DeNisco & Barker,2016).Ideally, when asking questions about interventions,clinicals/researchers refer to systematic reviews or randomized controlledtrials (RCTs), which are the highest levels of evidence. Though, there areother important criterion to consider, such as limitations. It can be a lengthyprocess. One piece of advice would be to thoroughly research your evidenceand ensure you have enough evidence before the implementation process orreconsider another clinical issue.I think what has gone well was how the intervention can be simpler to applyinto clinical practice than other interventions. This may be due to thateducation can be done in various ways and there are no major negativerisks, it is just identifying a more effective technique.
ReferencesMelnyk, B. M., & Fineout-Overholt, E. (2015).Evidence-based practice in nursing and healthcare(3rd ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
Identify two stakeholder barriers you might experience during theimplementation phase of your evidence-based practice project. This couldrange from support of the evidence-based project proposal to communicationgaps. How could you address these problems?
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Clinical trial, Randomized controlled trial, Evidence based medicine, Melnyk

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