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Evidence Based Practice IntegrationA healthcare culture focused on excellence in patient-centered care requires that nursing research and evidence-based practice (EBP) are integrated into professional practice and nursing care delivery. To achieve this, it requires the development of staff expertise, time allocation for staff to participate in scholarly activities, resources that support EBP and research, and expert consultants in EBP and nursing translational research (Barnsteiner, Reeder & Walton, 2010).Dissemination planDissemination is a planned process that involves consideration of target audiences and the settings in which research findings are to be received. Developing a dissemination plan requires several components. Communication is an important one. Researchers can present their findings either orally or in writing (Polit, 2017). Speaking to an audience is beneficial when using a visual such as a poster session or power-point presentation. Written reports typically are in journal article or open-access form. A major advantage of journal articles is that they have world-wide accessibility (Polit, 2017). Good research communication depends on how well you know your audience. It is beneficial to know who the audience will be in terms of their profession and the influence they might have on practice changes, any potential language barriers, and whether there are any experts in the field of the study topic. It is important to keep in mind the needs of the main intended audience and what the findings mean for practice.The introduction should be obvious so the audience knows what the research problem is. The method used should be made clear so the audience knows what the researcher did to solve the problem. The results should indicate the findings from the analyses that were summarized. Figures and tables of qualitative and quantitative data are beneficial and provide a better visual of the summary of findings. The discussion section should present the interpretation of results and how the findings relate to research. This section also includes any limitations and implications for further research. Effective dissemination is about getting the findings of your research to the people who can make use of them and maximizing the benefit of the research.Institutional leadership, such as nurse managers, plays an integral role in the implementation of EBP on nursing units. A workplace culture that provides clear communication of EBP goals or regulatory changes, direct contact with CEOs, and clear expectations supported by nurse managers in their promotion of EBP on their units (Kueny, Shever, & Titler, 2015). Nursing managers can also ensure opportunities for staff nurses to be active participants in implementing EBP on the unit. Workplace culture, structure, unit-level resources, availability of institutional resources, and institutional prioritization and expectation of EBP implementation supports nurse managers in their implementation of EBP in the clinical environment.ReferencesBarnsteiner, J. H., Reeder, V. C., Palma, W. H., Preston, A. M., & Walton, M. K. (2010).Promoting evidence-based practice and translational research. Nursing Administration Quarterly, 34(3), 217225. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.Kueny, A., Shever, L., Mackin, M., & Titler, M. G. (2015). Facilitating theimplementation of evidence- based practice through contextual support and nursing leadership. Journal of healthcare leadership, 7, 29-39. doi:10.2147/JHL.S45077Polit, D. F., & Beck, C. T. (2017). Nursing research: Generating and assessing evidence fornursing practice (10th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer.
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