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EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE 2
Evidence-based practice is actually based on making decisions through an explicit, the
conscientious and the judicious use of the most suitable evidence, that are obtained from multiple
sources. Even though you get most management practitioners relying on the evidence while they
are making decisions, most will just pay less attention on the quality of the represented evidence.
The results come from the bad decision that was basically based on the unfounded beliefs
together with the management popularized gurus. The bad decisions and a poor understanding as
to why thing never go as required, is the bottom line to it (Buysse, 2012).
The key steps to an evidence-based practice process usually five in total. They are
basically gotten from the critical appraisal skills program; it basically gives the guide towards
going through it. The first step is based on reviewing the practice and also asking the preferred
question. It is particular on ways of developing focused appropriate questions and pointing into
the source direction to matching the questions evident sources. In the second evidence is sort by
what is required when finding the evidence for the primary research. It is used in the building of
the literature review that will be presented as the evidence to the critically appraised body to
examining the questions.
In short, is the evidence strong? Is it the evidence good under the six research primary
pieces, to answering the practical based question, or might it be a better quality research needed?
The third is the appraisal process that utilizes an appraisals framework that assesses research for
the Evidence-based practice that is available. The fourth step is on implementing the evidence
and finally the fifth step where evaluation and reflection is done. The fourth and fifth steps are
practical and it is up to the user to determine what is required (Hall, 2012).

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Running Head: EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE 1 Evidence Based Practice Name Professor Name Unit Date EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE 2 Evidence-based practice is actually based on making decisions through an explicit, the conscientious and the judicious use of the most suitable evidence, that are obtained from multiple sources. Even though you get most management practitioners relying on the evidence while they are making decisions, most will just pay less attention on the quality of the represented evidence. The results come from the bad decision that was basically based on the unfounded beliefs together with the management popularized gurus. The bad decisions and a poor understanding as to why thing never go as required, is the bottom line to it (Buysse, 2012). The key steps to an evidence-based practice process usually five in total. They are basically gotten from the critical appraisal skills program; it basically gives the guide towards going through it. The first step is based on reviewing the practice and also asking the preferred question. It is particular on ways of developing focused appropriate questions and pointing into the source direction to matching the questions evident sources. In the second evidence is sort by what is required when finding the evidence for the primary research. It is used in the building of the literature review that will be presented as the evidence to the critically appraised body to examining the questions. In short, is the evidence strong? Is it ...
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