Integration of evidence-based practice (EBP) into the culture of a healthcare organization is essential to provide safe patient care and promote a thriving culture for the nurses within the healthcare organization. Collaboration and utilization of both clinical and academic experts facilitate the removal of barriers to EBP. This article describes the successful partnership between a healthcare system and school of nursing in executing a 3-phased multimodal approach to an EBP training program.
Author Affiliations: Assistant Professor (Drs Storey and Cohee), Indiana University School of Nursing; Assistant Dean (Ms Wagnes), Center for Professional Development and Lifelong Learning; Clinical Assistant Professor (Dr LaMothe) and Coordinator (Dr Pittman), Wound, Ostomy, Continence, Indiana University Health; Dean and Distinguished Professor, Indiana University School of Nursing, Deputy Chair, University Clinical Affairs Cabinet Associate, and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Indiana University Health (Dr Newhouse), Indianapolis.
Funding to support this workshop for the Inclusive Inquiry With Impact initiative was provided by the Methodist Health Foundation.
The authors declare no conflicts of interest.
Correspondence: Dr Storey, 600 Barnhill Dr, Indianapolis, IN 46202 (email@example.com).
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