Nursing -Public Health Evidence-Based Practice

When reviewing the literature and different types of evidence, there are often gaps in the findings. Are such gaps a help or a hindrance when wanting to create a change?

Developments of a project are always documented to keep track of the process, expenditure, and future references. The documented literature is always useful during the evaluation of the project, when another firm wants to put the same technique into practice and when changes need to be made to ensure increased efficiency. Analysis of the literature provides the reader with the present field state through the demonstration work that has been performed to the current period (Kabisch et al., 2016). It also allows the reader to create questions and formulate specific interests that can be useful in related research.

Going through literature about specific research findings do not only target the acquisition of ideas to use in a related project, but it also creates a platform to identify…

What is the difference between statistically significant evidence and clinically significant evidence? How would each of these findings be used to advance an evidenced-based project?

Statistically, significant evidence usually involves findings that are not attributed to chance. Statistical significance is the likelihood a relationship between variables is caused by something specific.  It is applied in accepting or rejecting the null hypothesis which that states lack of any form of relationship between