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Implications for practice and research
Role development of advance practice nurses (APNs) and organisational culture are important contributing factors for the adoption of evidence-based practice (EBP) by nurses.
Nursing and APN workload were factors limiting adoption of EBPs.
Education on EBP, leadership and facilitation should be part of all APN education.
Further research across a range of settings is needed to determine additional factors that may influence adoption of EBP.
The importance of utilising EBP to enhance patient care is known, yet front line nurses (FLN) remain slow to adopt.1 APNs have been noted to utilise EBP within …
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