DQ2: Evaluation of the Project The evaluation of an Evidence-based practice project is one of the essential steps of the implementation and post implementation which enable the nurses to determine whether the program meets its intended goals. Evaluation is a continuous process which can be grouped into by comparing hip fractures during periods before the implementation and after implementation. Increased usage and reduced incidents of hip fractures secondary to falls among the elderly will imply the EBP project made a difference in practice. Reference Posavac E. (2015). Program evaluation: Methods and case studies. Routledge. [...]
I WILL NEED DQ1 BY TOMORROW, PLEASE COMPLETE IT BY TOMORROW 8 PM.THEN 2ND DQ IS DUE ON FRIDAY. THANKS. DQ1 -- Determine one internal and one external method for dissemination of your EBP project. For example, an internal method may be the hospital board, and an external method may be a professional nursing organization. Discuss why it is important to report your results to both of these groups. How might your tactics change for each type of group? DQ2- While EBP is not research, 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.