Evidence Based Practice Project Proposal
Write the name of your project.
This should be a half page detailed description of what exactly your Project is.
Two to three paragraphs stating the need for, and justification of, selecting this Project topic. Who will benefit and how will they benefit from this project? Who are the major stakeholders?
One to two paragraphs on what you hope to gain from this Project, both professionally and personally.
List and explain the goals of your Project. This section should address, in detail, a description of your project, what you plan to do and how you will achieve it.
This should be a question that meets the criteria for PICO(T)
Your project should also include a review of the existing research on your topic and a discussion comparing this research to your project focus. Knowing that you have already competed your literature review by this time, be sure to synthesize the research you presented in your presentation here.
A step-by-step analysis of how you intend to meet your goals, including resources you will need, where you intend to find them, and an estimated timeline of how long each step will take. This is the major section of your proposal.
One half page to one whole page on your Project recommendations. By now, you have completed your proposal and have sifted through the literature. You should have a firm grasp on the problem and how you feel it should be solved, based on the evidence. You know you have a problem and you should discuss how you plan to solve it. Discuss those recommendations here.
One half a page to one whole page on how your Project is to be evaluated. What specifically will make your project a success, both to you and to others? This won’t be a formal evaluation, but will simply be a plan of how you would evaluate, so just describe how you would evaluate this project for effectiveness if time permitted. Also, be sure to describe the purpose of your evaluation.
This paper should be formatted in APA format with the topics of each section listed as a Level 2 heading (See APA manual, 7th Ed).
Before finalizing your work, you should:
- be sure to read the Assignment description carefully
- consult the Grading Rubric to make sure you have included everything necessary;
- utilize spelling and grammar check to minimize errors; and
- review APA formatting and citation information
Your writing Assignment should:
- have proper punctuation and grammar
- be well organized, as well as original and insightful ;
- contain excellent content, properly organized thoughts; and
- use APA 7th edition format for organization, style, and crediting sources including:
- properly formatted header
- 12-point, double-spaced, Times New Roman font
- use of in-text citations
- title page and reference page