Generating Evidence for Evidence-Based Practice

Generating Evidence for Evidence-Based Practice

Steps for Successful Grant Writing

The successful steps of grant writing include the Five Ps, starting with passion, progressing through planning, persuasion, then persistence and patience. Those key steps are the foundation for developing a proposal for a grant that can be successful.

Develop Evidence through Quantitative and Qualitative Inquiry

Research requires appropriate inquiry. It is important to ask the key questions so that the inquiry can produce the relevant evidence from the systematic search. Quantitative and Qualitative inquiry are the means, or method of how you search for data that can be applied in practice. Developing evidence through appropriate inquiry takes the knowledge information- research, and produces knowledge transformation, or evidence-based practice.

Ethical Considerations for Evidence-Based Practice Inquiry and Implementation

There are seven key ethical principles that are applied to research, which starts with the social and scientific value. The scientific validity is then reviewed, followed by checking that fair subject selection, favorable risk-benefit ratio, independent review, respect for subjects, and informed consent are all addressed. These seven key principles guide EBP inquiry.

After completing this unit, you should be able to: 

  • Identify steps for successful grant writing.
  • Develop evidence through quantitative and qualitative inquiry.
  • Describe the ethical considerations that guide evidence-based practice inquiry and implementation.


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