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Clinical leaders should be highly involved in the selection, design, and implementation of the information technology (IT) system so that evidence-based clinical protocols are embedded in the EMR. Sustainability Mandate for Change and Innovation Crow suggests that “the best gift we can give to the next generation is the ability to effectively deal with rapid and unrelenting change” (Crow, 2006, p. 236). The truth of this statement rests in our actions; are leaders capable of using evidence-based practice as the impetus for innovation?

Try to find an answer and respond as soon as possible after the discussion. Find out how much time is allotted. A call ahead may be necessary to know how much meeting or individual time has been set aside for the presentation. Practice the presentation with this time limit in mind. Take no more than 75% of the time allotted. It is impossible to listen carefully with one eye on the clock, so be sure the key message is communicated quickly. Leave time for discussion so that the meeting does not end with unanswered questions.

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