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feedback through surveys or if it is already implemented then record your own results to evaluate. Good evidence is the one which includes all details like what we want to know, what the objective is and in what context does these evidences needed? The other is cultural or personal values. Patients might refuse to get recommended treatments due to socials, cultural or religious factors. A nurse practitioner described the culture barrier as actuality that is the cause ofworst nursing practice. [ CITATION Yat15 \l 1033 ] There must be the culture that allow practicewith evidences that keep us up to date. This issue don’t only regards patient but also the values of
organization matters a lot. Somehow professional advancement among nurses is undermined because of cultural attitudes of hospital system and that needs to work on. References: Harding, K. E.‐T. (2014). Not enough time or a low priority? Barriers to evidence‐based practice for allied health clinicians. Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions , 224-231.Wong, C. S. (2015). Evidence-based practices for children, youth, and young adults with autism spectrum disorder: A comprehensive review. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.Yates, M. J. (2015). From a Provider's Perspective: Integrating Evidence-Based Practice into the Culture of a Social Service Organization. Child Welfare, 87.