Present a PowerPoint presentation to introduce your patient safety issue, the supporting research, and possible intervention. Introduction Evidence-based practice (EBP) is the process of searching for, appraising, and integrating the most relevant, best research evidence to answer a clinical question or address a health care challenge. The best research evidence is weighed along with patient preferences and values, organizational data, and professional expertise. For this assessment, you will learn about each of the six steps of EBP in detail and acquire a working knowledge about EBP as a problem-solving approach used in many health care settings. Of note, there are many published processes regarding the steps of EBP. Some processes have more steps and some have fewer. However, the fundamental concepts are the same. For the purposes of organization, we will use the six step EBP process below in the courseroom: 1. Ask the clinical question. 2. Acquire the best evidence. 3. Apprise the evidence. 4. Implement the evidence. 5. Evaluating the outcomes. 6. Disseminate findings.