Though there are enough challenges for nurses to perform with the best efficiency, they are actively involved in implementation and evaluation of evidence based practice in their nursing care. Thus, a difference is been created and maintained by them in patient outcomes. Focusing on integrating research in routine practice and implementing strategies such as clubs, availbilityof research articles, etc., above mentioned barriers can be removed through organizational efforts (Fink, Thompson, & Bonnes, 2005).
In order to reflect the effectiveness of the evidence implemented in the nursing process, clinicians must perform a careful evaluation of the appropriate outcomes. Evaluating patient’s experiences from a program implementation and responses of a nursing care enables clinicians to attain a broader evaluation of the success of the implemented evidence based practice. EBP encourages common objectives such as better care for patients and performing best practices through interdisciplinary collaboration and these must be realized while evaluating the outcomes of implemented evidence.