Nursing practice


The clinical aspect is patient medication education.  Nurse patient education is a core and fundamental aspect of nursing practice. “Today nurses assume more and more responsibility for education of patients and helping them to become responsible for their own health status… and work to stabilize and  prevent or minimize complications from any chronic illness”. (Tips to Improve Patient Education, 2018). Providing structured medication education and monitoring of therapy especially, with patients on long-term therapy taking medication that require strict adherence to complex processes for treatment effectiveness is an important clinical practice.

Financial aspect: there is no heavy financial burden on organization in the implementation of this practice proposal. The only financial obligation will be in developing educational training materials such as video programs for training nurses or the human resources and time required to provide training and evaluation of change outcomes. Financial benefits will include decreases in healthcare cost from treatment of osteoporotic complications due to non-compliant to treatment regimen, also, decreased hospitalization and financial burden on patients and community in general.


The quality aspect of my EBP involves taking an active approach on safety, monitoring and re-evaluation of new safety practices.  Creating an atmosphere of healing benefits everyone.  Quality of care, best possible outcomes, and effective problem solving can only take place when there is teamwork and communication.  We have learned from research literature that workplace violence in healthcare settings can be reduced with the implementation of enhanced safety measures, and the safety our facilities is importance to staff, patients, and visitors.  Workplace bullying is a top reason for high nurse turn-over rates and low retention-especially with new nurses.  With this knowledge, we can make the changes within our teams necessary for success.