There are many barriers that holds nursing practice from achieving their goal, two of which are lack of time and lack of education. To ensure that future healthcare users can be assured of receiving such care, healthcare professions must effectively incorporate the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes required for EBP into education programs (Lehane et al., 2019). Ways in which the barriers may be addressed is by collaborating with nurse leaders, managers, stakeholders and staff to promote changes in policies and procedures and implement the use of current EBP to create positive patient outcomes. Educating why and allowing nurses to have easy access to quality information from reliable sources can increase positivity when it comes to research and EBP. Another important strategy would be to work with staff and create time for them to find the information and review findings and ways to implement the strategies. Support from managers and influence from an administrative level that supports EBP and the expansion of knowledge.