What types of objections might be raised? How will you explain your decision to key stakeholders to address these objections?

Translation of a research-based intervention to practice involves a critical review of numerous published research studies to discern if individuals – research subjects – were treated according to the ethical values and principles as defined by the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). Reflect upon your selected practice problem and the eventual research-based intervention you select for your practice change project and address the following.

  • What are the potential benefits and harms related to your selected practice problem when considering a research-based intervention for your practice change project?
  • Are there competing personal or professional values related to this research-based intervention that might impact the implementation of this intervention in your practice setting?
  • What types of objections might be raised? How will you explain your decision to key stakeholders to address these objections?