in one paragraph, do you agree with this discussion answer? Provide references and in text citations.
In 2009, the Institute of Medicine promoted the goal of 90% of clinical decisions would be evidence-based practice oriented. However, that goal has not yet been met. According to the National Library of Medicine, approximately only 15% of evidence-based practices are applied to clinical decisions. The reason this number is substantively below the goal is due to a few barriers. A big barrier reported by nurses, is the lack of authority to implement evidence-based practice changes. The people who are in the higher role to make such changes do not always value the nurses opinion and do not implement evidence-based practice changes. They may also feel it does not apply to their organization or nursing environment. Another barrier was the deficient implementation of evidence-based practices and lack of support to uphold the process. Even if the evidence-based practice change is implemented, if members do not support the change or help maintain the change members will go back to previous practice, and the organization will not enforce changes. If an organization and staff want to implement new evidence-based practice changes, they should begin with education. If everyone understands fully why the change is being implemented, more members will show support. They should also allot appropriate time for changes to be implemented and supported. When staff is given enough time and support to make such changes improves successful transitions. It is the duty of the higher authority to carry out such measures to ensure success. As evidence-based practice shows, best practice ensures safest practice.