1. There is a heavy focus on achieving statistical significance when evaluating outcomes. Often in research or Evidence-based practice (EBP) projects, there is no statistical significance, only possible clinical significance. When is it appropriate to deem a project’s outcomes successful only using clinical significance as the only measure of success?
2. The three components of EBP include clinical expertise, best evidence, and patient preference. Often, patient preference and clinical expertise are at odds with each other. Describe a scenario where you might need to mediate this issue and what is the solution when this occurs.
3. Choose one model for EBP implementation. Describe its components and why you believe this model is most appropriate for assisting in translational activities. Contrast this model with another.
4. Discuss the role of the Doctoral-prepared nurse in sustaining an EBP culture. What are two effective methods the doctoral prepared nurses can use in sustaining an EBP culture?
Please answer each question with at least 150 words. and reference with journal article published in last 5 years. with citations.