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Synonyms for practice

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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A team of two librarians and an instructional designer developed two hour-long online learning modules to familiarize students with EBP principles and basic literature searching techniques.
This maybe due to a lack of understanding that conventional EBP does in fact consider clinical expertise to play a fundamental role in clinical decision making.
Stronge and Cahill (2012) surveyed OT students in Ireland who were in the last year of their OT program (n = 111) and found that 40% of the students did not observe EBP during fieldwork.
In total, nine clinicians were interviewed at the end of the observational period to further explore clinicians' experience of implementing EBP initiatives.
Table 1 CNL Competency Essential 4 and Steps of the EBP Process Requirements of CNL Essential 4 Steps of Evidence-Based Practice Process Implement strategies for Step 0 - igniting a encouraging a culture of inquiry spirit of inquiry within the healthcare delivery team Step 1 - ask clinical questions Facilitate the process of retrieval, appraisal, and Step 2 - search for synthesis of evidence in the best evidence collaboration with healthcare team members, including patients, Step 3 - critically to improve care outcomes appraise the evidence Design care based on .
The purpose of this study was to explore nephrology nurses' beliefs about the value of EBP and their ability to implement EBP into clinical practice.
Studies have been conducted that have attempted to assess the knowledge, attitudes and utilization of EBP principles and the impact education has in acquiring those skills.
However, the impact of these important initiatives is dependent on whether or not EBP principles and tools such as CPGs are routinely applied in clinical practice.
In some cases, more training is needed to ensure an understanding of the policies and procedures that lead to a successful EBP audit.
Medical-surgical nurses have had varied exposure to EBP and research depending on where and when they went to school and the culture of their practice environments.
For example, the 2003 Institute of Medicine (IOM) report Health Professionals Education: A Bridge to Quality states EBP is a core competency for healthcare professionals, and IOM's 2010 landmark report The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health confirms EBP as a basic competency.
BACKGROUND EBP is a core competency identified by the Institute of Medicine.
To bridge the gap between research and practice, it is emphasized that EBP can contribute to: developing clinical practice guides, updating knowledge, developing nursing as science, improving the credibility of nurses as autonomous professionals, improving health results of patients and limiting health costs, and using in timely manner results of updated and reliable research to improve the quality of healthcare attention.
The Institute of Medicine (IOM) asserts the ability to employ EBP is one of the five core competencies that all medical professionals should have (Practice Update, 2010).
In addition, the partnership between New York State and the EBP Bioscience Manufacturing Center builds upon the state's ongoing effort to pursue and improve access to renewable energy.