Evidence-Based Practice: A Case Study

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According to Hinkle and Cheever (2014), Evidence-based practice is not about emerging new knowledge or confirming existing knowledge. It is about interpreting the evidence and applying it to clinical decision-making. And clinical opinion validates existing knowledge based on a theory.
Furthermore, Evidence-based practice is a practice that is supported by the reaches that considers the health care setting, patients, and clinical judgment (Hinkle and Cheever, 7)

This week I was able to practice in relaxation techniques with my patient. The patient was benefited from this technique and helped him to manage his stress. Late in the afternoon we joined another relaxation technique and helped patient to relax.

ANA and MC policies state that

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