Max Points: 60
Select an article from a peer-reviewed nursing journal regarding a EBP process or implementation.
Write a summary of 750-1,000 words that includes the following criteria:
An introduction that explains the focus of the article.
A summary of key points of the article.
A list of the steps taken by nursing to develop and implement an EBP.
Application of the learned information to a practice setting where the student either identifies an EBP that has been applied to your setting or a practice problem that would benefit from the implementation of an EBP.
A clear and concise conclusion.
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Benchmark - Evidenced-Based Practice (EBP) Summary
Less Than Satisfactory
Introduction to EBP Project Selected from a Peer-Reviewed Nursing Journal
Introduction is absent from summary.
Introduction is vague, and does not fully describe the evidence-based project presented in the article.
Introduction is brief, but fully describes the evidence-based practice project presented in the article.
Introduction gives a clear and complete description of the evidence-based practice project presented in the article.
Introduction is thorough and explicitly describes the evidence-based practice project presented in the article.
Evidence Based Practice Name Institutional Affiliation Evidence Based Practice Evidence Based Practice (EBP) is the application of the generally accepted evidence in making clinical and decisions through the combination of clinical expertise with the latest research findings, while still considering the patients’ preferences and values (Eizenberg, 2010). The recent emphasis on evidence-based practices in the general healthcare environment have had insightful impacts on such disciplines as mental health, nursing and medicine. EBP practice is mostly stimulated by the questions which emanate from the patient encounters relating to the side effects of therapy, relevance of diagnostic tests and the prospects of diseases. This essay will discuss (EBP) as a practice being adopted in healthcare to ensure the provision of effective, efficient and safe care. Similar to the situation in a majority of the health professions, nursing is slowly shifting to EBP from the old intuition-based