Using Evidence-Based Practice to Change Practice Student’s Name University Affiliation Using Evidence-Based Practice to Change Practice Plan for Implementing Research into Clinical Practice Due to the slow diffusion of healthcare research into the clinical practice, the need arises to bridge the gaps that exist between practice and research. The paper, therefore, seeks to come up with an analyzed plan to implement the research on the perceptions and experiences of obese women of primary care providers and health care (Grove, Burns, & Gray, 2014). The plan to implement the findings will be based on the results of the research and involves three main implementation steps that include: Enlighten the patients on the health issues relate to high BMI levels. Having primary caregivers that motivate the women to lose weight. Avoiding insensitivity to the patients. Stetler Model Review The Stetler Model is used in EBP to help health practitioners use the evidence from research in their daily practice. As such, they can have informed the planning of their programs. The Stetler Model provides the links between evidence-informed practice and research findings. The first phase of the model involves preparation by identifying the purpose, the context, as well as the sources of the research evidence. The second phase involves validation of the findings and proving that the sources used are credible. The third phase of the model involves comparative evaluation for effective decision making (Straka, Brandt, & Brytus, 2013). As such, the practitioners assess the recommendations in line with the applicability. The fourth phase involves the application of the findings for change.