Facilitative interventions for nurse leaders that enculturate evidence-based practice
Natalie Kay Lenhart, DNP, Nursing, Education, and Informatics, Self-Employed, Hanover, Pennsylvania, USA; Barbara L. Buchko, DNP, Department of Nursing, WellSpan Health, York, Pennsylvania, USA
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A gap in nurse leaders' knowledge exists regarding correlation of safe, quality care with evidence-based practice (EBP), resulting in fiscal detriment, decreased quality outcomes, and staff retention and empowerment issues. This quality improvement project found EPB integration and enculturation can be activated using facilitative interventions aimed at nurse leaders.
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