Psychiatric Nursing

……choose one.)Recommended change in practice citing high-level evidence to support your suggested change in practice.Explain the recommended EB change including the setting, health care consumers affected, and the rationale for the changeInclude how the recommended change would be implemented, who will be involved, and how information/change will be provided to those involved, supporting your responses with scholarly literatureEvaluation strategies and outcome measuresDescribe how outcomes will be measured and how data will be collected to clearly identify if the plan once implemented has had a positive, negative, or neutral impact, supporting your responses with scholarly literatureConclude your paper with a summaryUse at least 5 sources of evidence from the following categories: (a) systematic reviews, (b) national clinical guidelines and/or (c) peer-reviewed quantitative / qualitative studies.Paraphrase, avoid direct quotes, and use your own words supported by evidence to exhibit scholarly writing. Do not use articles older than 5 years unless they have been confirmed as seminal articles by your Instructor. At least 5 sources of evidence are required for your paper. Rubric:Required Content: Introduction: Included a brief statement of the topic, the EBP question clearly stated in the PICO format and include a purpose statement.Recommended Change in Practice: Clearly explained the recommended evidence-based change including the setting, health care consumers affected, and the rationale for the change. Included how the recommended change will be implemented, who will be involved, and how information/change will be provided to those involved. Provided support from the literature.Evaluation Strategies: Describe how outcomes will be measured and how data will be collected to clearly identify if the plan once implemented has had a positive negative or neutral impact. Provide support from the literature.Required Content: Conclusion: Summarize the key points of the paper.Professional Writing: Clarity, Flow, and OrganizationProfessional Writing: Originality, Source Credibility, and Attribution of IdeasProfessional Writing: Context, Audience, Purpose, and Tone