The spirit of inquiry is an integral aspect in implementing evidence-based practice among nurses, and allows nurses to make clinical decisions based on best evidence (Stillwell et al., 2010). Communicating with key decision makers ensures that implementation is successful and focuses on evidence-based practice, as sufficient resources are allocated in changing practice. Even though, education is important to ensure that EBP is embedded in the practice environment, the culture needs to support changes in the organization (Houser & Oman, 2011). A pressure prevention program needs to focus on various strategies involving staff education, while also integrating nurses and stakeholders in carrying out interventions (Sullivan & Schoelles, 2013). This paper focuses on developing an implementation plan for pressure ulcer prevention. Obtaining necessary approval Nurses need approval and support to implement evidence based practice. Approval will highlight on the need to implement changes in nursing education, and how to use repositioning to prevent pressure ulcers.
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