ApplyingResearch in Practice

ApplyingResearch in Practice

Researchin nursing practice has indispensible impact because it leads to theimprovement of quality in clinical procedures. The purpose ofevidence-based procedures in transformation of healthcare underlinesthe necessity of designing a more effective, efficient, and safecare. In accord with the clinical guidelines, nurses have thejurisdiction of introducing initiatives and applying research inpractice to enhance the current practices. Nurses need to adoptcurricular change, advance models, and include research networks instudies (Salazar,2002).

Themain discrepancy that can emerge and interfere with attempts ofapplying research in practice is the lack of sponsorship forresearch. The implication is that there can be inadequate proofs forhandling unusual diseases. Moreover, if no funds are dedicated forconducting research, then it is likely that no progress can be maderegarding the cure of illnesses (Polit&amp Beck, 2013).In addition, not all facts are at disposal of clinicians. Theunavailability of sufficient evidence calls for further research. Theother factor is that some information may be kept in protectedformats because they are considered to portray a certain amount ofbias and selectivity. However, nurses can request for governmentfunding in case there is an issue of emergency that demands costlyresearch (Snell,2003).

Itis vital for clinicians who participate in evidence-based practice totake account of knowledge and understanding of the patients and theirfamily members. The inclusion of their needs in research can provideease in decision-making process. This in turn helps in the expansionof the scope of research. Moreover, respect on what family membershave concerning the clinical matters is essential and can lead tomore informed health care (Peat,2013).


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