Evidence based practice

Evidence based practice

In order to evaluate an evidence-based practice project (Fall prevention for at risk patients), it is important to be able to determine the effectiveness of your change. Discuss one way you will be able to evaluate whether your project made a difference in practice

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Implementing a fall program in an organization needs a lot of change which needs to be accepted for the set practices to be fully implemented and sustained as it is an ongoing work process. Fall prevention program aims at shaping the system and policies to support the fall prevention goal. Implementing the program needs many changes from the system, nurses, and all workers in health care. It helps increase public awareness about fall prevention as it is more of a general thing than the inside (King, Pecanac, Krupp, Liebzeit, & Mahoney, 2018). Fall prevention aims at shaping the organization to give the population the best services. When best practices are implemented, it minimizes the chances of mortality rates among patients.

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