Evidence-based practice is used to decide on the optimum care of an individual patient based on the best current evidence.
After you have found a relevant peer-reviewed article, do you still need a good overview to determine if the information will qualify as evidence-based practice? This article has a section on "Understanding EBP":
Conner, B. T. (2014). Differentiating research, evidence-based practice, and quality improvement. American Nurse Today, 9(6), 26-31.
Remember, you need to find an article that:
The database CINAHL Complete has the option to search for only Evidence-Based Practice articles. This option is under the Advanced Search.
Check the box for Evidence-Based Practice:
TIP: EBP "Fact Sheets" are not peer-reviewed articles.
Explore possible EBP articles by using the Advanced Search in Medline (the EBSCO version of PubMed).
Limit the Publication Type to likely categories, such as:
While you can always add the phrase "evidence based practice" to a search, it probably will NOT be much help as the term may not be used in the article or its description. What's best? Your evalulation of likely articles.