The main issue for my organization in addressing a solution to evidence based nursing practice is failure to provide relevant resources to support its implementation. In healthcare institutions, implementation of evidence based nursing practice requires considerable investments in establishing the necessary infrastructure and logistical support (Newman, Papadopoulos & Sigsworth, 2008). The resources include engaging and employing adequate professionals with relevant skills, including nurses and other specialists, purchasing required medical equipment and establishing a framework for engaging stakeholders, including patients, suppliers, and medical professionals in addressing and implementing solution to evidence based nursing practice.
To resolve the issue, the organization should prioritize on the resources required for implementation of evidence based nursing practice in the strategic plans. This would involve budgeting and allocation of appropriate resources, identifying the required human resources and hiring them to facilitate the implementation of evidence based practice in the workplace. Similarly, the organization could support the application of evidence based practice in the workplace by providing nurses with opportunities to enroll for higher learning to enable them acquire the required skills for successful implementation of the evidence based practice in the institution.
However, before allocating the required resources, it is important for the organization to educate nurses and engage other stakeholders on the benefits of implementing evidence based practice in the workplace. Training and educating the stakeholders would prepare them, thereby enhancing the success of implementing evidence based practice in the workplace.