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EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE IMPLEMENTATION 2
Evidence-Based Practice Implementation
Introduction
Evidence-based practice is the integration of the most recent and best research findings in
the health practice used in prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and care for ill patients. Change can
never be denied. As a matter of fact, acknowledging important change is the first step in ensuring
proper implementation of the new practices. However, the changes won't be easy hence the need
for a roadmap to direct development and application from unexpected challenges. These
techniques are known as change model/theory.
Change management models or theories
Change management models describe and simplify a process so that the principles therein
are easily understood. The most commonly known change models include Lewin's unfreeze-
change-refreeze model, ADKAR (Awareness Desire Knowledge Ability Reinforcement),
especially for organizational use. Other change models are Kotter's 8-step Model of change,
Stephen Covey's 7 Habits model, and the Kubler-Ross Model.
Importance of a model during implementation of practice changes
By providing a sequential and organized plan for change implementation, models shield
surprise since emergency responses are lined up during the planning of a change process. Failure
of a procedure on a patient, for instance, is not as damaging with proper institutional preparation
as it would be without a backup plan. Additionally, change management accords the
implementer the privilege of thinking post-deployment measures. The chances of sustaining a
new patient care system, for example, require a given measure of human, technical and financial

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Running head: EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE IMPLEMENTATION Evidence-Based Practice Implementation Name Course Tutor Date 1 EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE IMPLEMENTATION 2 Evidence-Based Practice Implementation Introduction Evidence-based practice is the integration of the most recent and best research findings in the health practice used in prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and care for ill patients. Change can never be denied. As a matter of fact, acknowledging important change is the first step in ensuring proper implementation of the new practices. However, the changes won't be easy hence the need for a roadmap to direct development and application from unexpected challenges. These techniques are known as change model/theory. Change management models or theories Change management models describe and simplify a process so that the principles therein are easily understood. The most commonly known change models include Lewin's unfreezechange-refreeze model, ADKAR (Awareness Desire Knowledge Ability Reinforcement), especially for organizational use. Other change models are Kotter's 8-step Model of change, Stephen Covey's 7 Habits model, and the Kubler-Ross Model. Importance of a model duri ...
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