back the acceptance of change for the better of the patient (Ginex, P., 2018). When there is no time as such is the case within clinical setting to implement change, it is hard to make it a priority. We are always on the go and then to have to learn a new practice to put in place that takes time. Knowledge of course, is a barrier. It is that we lack when a new practice is being implemented and we not only critique it but w praise it as well. This is especially important if there is a clinical problem being address for change in practice, which is where resistance come in “we have always done it that way (Ginex, 2018). “ When these practices become part of our everyday practice it becomes easier to accept.
Such barriers can be addressed when administration supports these new practices allowing the staff to accept the change for better integration of the practice. This, in addition to having stakeholder to help implement strategies along with identifying outcome measures (Ginex, 2018). They not only will provide input but all the new practices to be taught from their experiences (Ginex, 2018). Reference Ginex, P. (2018). Overcome Barriers to Applying an evidence-Based Process for Practice Change. Retrieved from - based-process-for-practice-change
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