Evidence based project.
Identify a problem, issue or concern in a professional health care setting that you would like to address for your evidence-based practice project.
Research current literature for evidence-based solutions to ensure there is sufficient evidence to support your proposed topic.
Develop an initial reference list of five sources to demonstrate there is support for your evidence-based practice project.
Provide a summary of the problem, include relevant background information, the current impact of the problem or issue in health care, and why it deserves attention.
Provide rationale and support using professional literature sources.
Describe the practice setting where the identified issue or problem is occurring.
Explain the current impact to the practice setting and the potential consequence if the problem or issue were to continue.
Identify the stakeholders who will be involved in this project. What organizations are concerned about, may benefit from, or are affected by this proposal?
List the interested parties, patients, students, agencies, Joint Commission, etc.
State the purpose of the project and project objectives in specific, realistic, and measurable terms.
Summarize your proposed problem statement. A problem statement is a concise explanation of the problem or issue to be addressed and goals to be reached.