It would also be important that any travel nurses regular agency staff or prn

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evidence-based practices that are being presented to them, and then to implement EBP. It would also be important that any travel nurses, regular agency staff or prn staff also be trained in the new EBP that is being implemented. Another major reason is that many of the nurses at my facility have been nurses foryears. Many tenured nurses lack the knowledge or skills or understanding or are novice with the use of steps of the EBP processes, so there may be a shortage of role models or strong supporters for the development of EBP skills as a component of the nursing process, (Mick, Nursing2019, 2017). According to Mick, EBP was not fully included in nursing curricula until 2003). According to Mick, one strategy that administrators and educators can use is to reframe nurses’ understanding of the types of information used for clinical decisions making. This can be done by categorizing information gathered from empirical,personal, and ethical and aesthetic sources of professional nursing practice.Mick, J. (2017, April). Call to action: How to implement evidence-based nursing... : Nursing2019. Retrieved from ?year=2017&issue=04000&article=00011&type=Fulltext
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