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Hello, I have to write a paper and I am having trouble finding examples. Could use some help

Discriminate between valid and invalid reasons for modifying evidence-based clinical practice based on clinical expertise or patient/family preferences

What will be some valid and invalid reasons?

Thank you

Answer #1

The Evidence based practice is a lifelong approach to clinical decisions making and excellence in practise.

VALID REASONS FOR MODIFYING EBP is,

*For making sure that client get the possible services

* For clinical judgement.

* Improving care provided and save lives.

* Acheive excellence in care delivery.

* To increase satisfaction among clients

*For better patient outcomes

INVALID REASONS

* For Existence of a cause and effect relationship

* For measuring effectiveness of the health service

* for investigating causes of disease

these are all invalid reasons for modifying evidence based practice in clinical practise.

examples for EBP is,

about infection control clinical practice,Oxygen use in patient with copd

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