1.) not providing access to research journals, sources of synthesized research findings, or evidence-based guidelines
2.) inadequate knowledge on how to implement EBPchanges in practice.
3.) heavy workloads with limited time to make evidence-based changes in practice.
4.) limiting RN's authority to change patient care based on research findings
5.) limited support from administrators or medical staff to make evidence-based changes in practice.
6.) providing limited funds to support research-based changes for practice
7.) providing few rewards for RNs delivering evidence-based care to patients and families.