Conducting research on best practices and quality outcomes is one of the signature functions of the Hawai`i State Center for Nursing.  Hawaiʻi ’s evidence-based practice (EBP) program is innovative in its statewide approach and is unique in the nation, encouraging incorporation of evidence-based practices across multiple healthcare systems by many users. Regional endeavors are prevalent across the country, but this single statewide strategy is distinct.

Clinician EBP Workshop and Internship

Launched in 2008, this program consists of an intensive two day workshop that educates nurses on the meaning, importance, and methods of EBP in healthcare and educational settings. The workshop is followed by a 12-month internship that serves to reinforce content and facilitate project implementation.

Educator EBP Workshop

Launched in 2016, this program consists of an intensive bi-annual 2 ½ day workshop that educates school of nursing faculty on the meaning, importance, and methods of EBP in healthcare and educational settings and incorporates curriculum integration into the workshop agenda and activities. This is the first statewide educator focused EBP workshop in the nation.

Conducting research on best practices and quality outcomes is one of the signature functions of the Hawai`i State Center for Nursing.
Learn more about our EBP Program

 

EBP Topics by Type of Facility or Nursing Unit

EBP Team Resources (password protected)

EBP Champion Resources (password protected)