Stakeholders Role

Stakeholders are crucial entities that play a role in an organization’s performance or operations or those affected by the actions undertaken by the organization (Chebbi et al., 2019). In healthcare, stakeholders also comprise individuals, corporations, or any other entity that has a vested interest in medical decisions or evidence upon which the clinical decision is based. Stakeholders play an important role in ensuring the successful implementation of my evidence-based project. Internal stakeholders play a major role in facilitating its successful implementation by providing their skills and knowledge and providing appropriate leadership in the organization to allow for the proposed change. In the healthcare setting, internal stakeholders are mainly within the organization, and they include various cadres of employees, including healthcare professionals, administrators, and other individuals that play clinical and non-clinical roles. Nurses are the primary care providers, and they play a major role in translating the evidence into actual practice while caring for the patients. Nurses work in multidisciplinary teams made up of anesthesiologists, pharmacists, physicians, physiotherapists, and other health specialists directly involved in the provision of healthcare services. The organization’s management structure plays a critical role in providing the necessary leadership and framework that would facilitate the adoption of the proposed change. For this reason, the support of an organization’s management is crucial to ensure the successful implementation of an evidence-based project (Ceschi et al., 2017).