:: Volume 7, Issue 2 (7-2015) ::
rme 2015, 7(2): 29-36 Back to browse issues page
Nurses' Perceptions about Facilitators and Barriers of Implementation of Evidence-Based practice
M M Chehrzad , A Ghanbari , P Rahmatpour * , A H Salehzade , M Pasban
Rahmatpour P, Social Determinants of Health Research Center, Guilan University of Medical Sciences, Rasht, Iran. , par.rahmatpour@gmail.com
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  Introduction : Implementation of Evidence-Based practice (EBP) is a basic need for improving nursing skills. Nurses should not only be aware about last evidences, but also use it in clinical environments. Therefore identifying barriers and facilitators can be one of the important steps for implementation of EBP. This study aimed to assess Nurse’s perception about facilitators and barriers of implementation of EBP in Guilan educational and remedial Centers , 2012.

  Methods : In this cross sectional study, 247 nurses that working in Guilan educational and remedial Centers , were chosen by random sampling. Data collection scale was Funk Barriers Scale and facilitators of implementation of EBP were filled with self-report method. Data were analyzed with SPSS and using independent t-test and ANOVA.

  Results: The first three important barriers were “The nurse does not have time to read research” (3.22 ± 0.9) “The facilities are inadequate for implementation” (3.11 ± 0.9) and “There is insufficient time on the job to implement new ideas” (3.05 ± 1) and most important facilitator was “collaboration between university centers and hospitals” (3.25 ± 0.8). Also there was a statistical significant difference between nurse’s position and facilitator score (P= 0.002) .

  Conclusion : Implementation of EBP will succeed when the nurses work in clinical settings that EBP consider, as an important value there. Organizations will have effective role in reducing barriers, through provid ing sufficient time, necessary facilities and improving nurse’s ability in researches.

Keywords: Nurses, Research, Evidence-Based practice, Evidence-Based Nursing.
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