Essential of Evidence Based Practice Presentation

Essential of Evidence Based Practice Presentation

Essential of Evidence Based Practice Presentation


I need help redoing an assignment. It was previously done, but I now have to redo the assignment with a different template. I need to incorporate the initial assignment into the template my instructor wants me to use. The assignment is due Saturday 02/13/21 @ 2100 eastern time USA. I am attaching the original assignment and the new template. The clinical Issue I selected was the impact of preventive care in healthcare. My PICOT Question: In individuals with a predisposition to chronic diseases (such as diabetes, hypertension, or obesity), does a preventive healthcare approach (such as dieting, exercising, no smoking or drinking, and adopting healthy habits) impact them on not acquiring the disease?




-Preventative care is becoming increasingly more popular within healthcare, particulary for treating chronic illnesses.

-According to Baily et al. (2019), preventaive care for inpatient, outpatient, and non-clincal mental health services as “suboptimal”

-According to Sá et al. (2016), patients generally have a poor understanding of what preventative care is.

-Giving such care can be challenging in a traditional healthcare setting.

-Proper models are needed to give the best care.


-Highly collaborative

-High degree of communication betwen employees at all levels

-Dedicated to excellence

-Open to innovations and improvements

-Relationship-based care philosophy

Readiness for change

-Always open to new ideas from all employees

-Expressed frustration with current primary care model

-Expressed interest in the MDVIP model by nurses and physicians

The Problem

– Need for improvment in preventative care

– High rate of hospitalizations for preventative conditions

– High rate of readmissions


– Total revision of primary care model

– To be measured by hospitalizations across 5 years


– Physicians

– Nurses

– Healthcare Management

– Finanical Managers

– Patients


– Learning curve causing delays in care and human error

– Negative impacts on human health

– Lack of knowledge

– Unknown circumstances


-Preventive care is highly valuable, particulary when treating chronic illlnesses

-The correct primary care model will allow for the proper applicaition of preventative care

-It is the responsibility of the physician to make the kind of practice he or she want in order to give high quality care.


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Dray, J. A., Tremain, D. L., Bradley, T., & Bowman, J. A. (2019). Systematic review and meta-analysis of the   provision of preventive care for modifiable chronic disease risk behaviors by mental health services. Preventive   medicine reports, 16, 100969.

Morefield, B., Tomai, L., Slanchev, V., Klemes, A. (2020). Payer Effects of Personalized Preventive Care for Patients With

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Musich, S., Wang, S., Hawkins, K., & Klemes, A. (2016). The Impact of Personalized Preventive Care on Health Care

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Sá, L., Ribeiro, O., Azevedo, L., Couto, L., Costa-Pereira, A., Hespanhol, A., Santos, P., Martins, C. (2016). Patients’

estimations of the importance of preventive health services: a nationwide, population-based cross-sectional   study in Portugal BMJ Open 6:e011755. https:// doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2016-011755