This model is from Mc Master University and come from published research by
This is how the PARiHS Framework describes itself
The PARiHS (Promoting Action on Research Implementation in Health Services) framework provides a way to implement research into practice. With case studies of teams implementing evidence, it examines the interactions between three key elements for knowledge translation. Three factors determine research use:
Significantly, this framework argues that successful implementation (SI) of evidence into practice had as much to do with the context or setting where the new evidence was being introduced and how that new evidence was introduced (facilitated into practice) as it had to do with the quality of the evidence.
Evidently Cochrane is a blog about evidence-based nursing practice that is part of the Cochrane Library. It discusses real experience about about putting Best Nursing Evidence into practice. Like the entire Cochrane library, this blog is British based. Some postings are particular to British nursing. Most are not.
This article by Melnyk and others (2016) purports that only her model of evidence based practice has shown that it can be successfully implemented.
This is an article written in 2013, still relevant today. There are more recent articles on the same topics, but this is the most comprehensive and comprehensively researched article aimed at critical care nurses.
The four practices reviewed include
Best Method for Measuring Blood Pressure Noninvasively in Children
Use of Oxygen in Patients With COPD
Intravenous Catheter Size and Blood Administration
Infection Control Precautions