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Synonyms for practice

to do or perform repeatedly so as to master

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to subject to or engage in forms of exertion in order to train, strengthen, or condition

to work at, especially as a profession

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repetition of an action so as to develop or maintain one's skill

a working at a profession or occupation

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Synonyms for practice

translating an idea into action

knowledge of how something is usually done

carry out or practice

learn by repetition

engage in a rehearsal (of)

avail oneself to

engage in or perform

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Designating a partner to be responsible for the quality of your firm's EBP audit practice can help set expectations for this work to be performed to the highest standards.
Each researcher conducted a separate content analysis of the teaching philosophies to identify statements reflecting EBP or its components.
Teaching students to value EBP research should begin by role modeling the use of EBP research in nursing theory courses and clinical practice environments, and continue throughout the program.
While the ANC worked to develop the PCTS, nurse scientists at the Tripler Army Medical Center (TAMC) spearheaded efforts to create a robust EBP culture.
The therapeutic effect of EBP is probably due to correction of low CSF pressure by blood injected into the spinal canal and a latent effect of sealing the leak by a fibrin clot.
To overcome practitioners' concerns about time, some researchers have suggested ways of using EBP that are less time consuming.
2010) obtained similar validity and reliability, as the original pilot, in determining implementation of EBP among RNs in a southern California medical center.
Tanya described the process, steps utilizing EBP, and the challenges of change.
The 121 women were randomized to 15 mL, 20 mL or 30 mL of blood, and were stratified by center and by receipt of the EBP at less than or longer than 48 hours after dural puncture.
International nursing organisations identify EBP as a key strategy for creating integrated health models and for developing the recognition of nurses as important providers of health care (Jutel, 2008).
The articles presented here highlight the historical development of the Research Agenda and regional alliances and encourage all nurses to implement EBP across clinical settings.
Newcastle EBP is one of many partners in the Newcastle City Consortium responsible for the implementation and delivery of the 14-19 Diploma introduced nationally in September 2008.
We were asked to perform an EBP on a post-surgical patient with known dural leak and failed fluoroscopic EBP.
Delegates heard that Walsall EBP over the past year had worked with more than 12,000 young people, got 3,500 involved in enterprise challenges and organised more than 1,100 practice interviews.
In 14 articles plus an introduction they describe the basics of EBP and applications, including ethical concerns, trans-cultural EBP and globalization, methodology (setting the question, initiating the search, evaluating the literature, evaluating research design, identifying the purpose, establishing measurements, choosing methodology, systematically evaluating findings, developing the consensus statement, and making clinical decisions) and applications, including using EBR for geriatric populations, treating frail and functionally dependent older adults, developing a decision-making tree, and recommending alternative and complementary medicine to treat and diagnose allergic diseases.