One of the differences between a research study in the literature and the implementation of evidence-based practice is the following: in a research study the scholars are creating new knowledge, whereas in evidence-based practice you are applying the solutions discovered by the others and testing it in real-world situations. You are putting their “evidence” into practice to see if the targeted change makes a difference in the real world. For this assignment, submit a paper of between 500 and 800 words (2 to 3 pages) that describes in detail how you propose to test the evidence in practice—how you will implement your project. Describe an action plan or method for putting the change into practice in as much detail as you can, noting the population you are targeting ​‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‌‌‌‍‍​and your planned actions. Will you revise a policy and then provide an educational session? Will you evaluate an existing policy after re-educating the staff on the policy? Will you observe staff? Audit charts? Will you need any assistance, and, if so, what kind of assistance? Do you need supplies or a dedicated space? Do you need the help of trained nurse educators? With your implementation plan, you are addressing the fourth step in developing an evidence-based practice change. Detailed planning forces you to consider how to integrate your evidence in a clinically appropriate manner while also considering patient preferences and values. Be sure that your paper indicates this integration. Proofread your assignment before submission for the overall organization and clarity and proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation.