Selecting a model for evidence-based practice changes: a practical approach.

@article{Gawlinski2008SelectingAM,
  title={Selecting a model for evidence-based practice changes: a practical approach.},
  author={Anna Gawlinski and Dana N Rutledge},
  journal={AACN advanced critical care},
  year={2008},
  volume={19 3},
  pages={
          291-300
        }
}
Evidence-based practice models have been developed to help nurses move evidence into practice. Use of these models leads to an organized approach to evidence-based practice, prevents incomplete implementation, and can maximize use of nursing time and resources. No one model of evidence-based practice is present that meets the needs of all nursing environments. This article outlines a systematic process that can be used by organizations to select an evidence-based practice model that best meets… Expand

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