opic 1: Peer Evaluations
In this week’s discussion, you will be assigned a EBP by the instructor. You will perform a SWOT analysis on this peer’s Evidence-Based Practice Project (EBP) and post your analysis in the Discussion Board.
SWOT for Management, Mentoring, and Nursing
SWOT analysis is a process that can provide evidence of what is effective and what is not in clinical systems, procedures, or interventions. SWOT can be quite useful not only in planning projects, but also evaluating them.
Definitions of SWOT
- Strengths – Internal factors that are likely to have a positive effect or facilitate in achieving the project’s objectives
- Weaknesses – Internal factors that are likely to have a negative effect or facilitate in achieving the project’s objectives
- Opportunities – External Factors that are likely to have a positive effect on achieving or exceeding the project goals
- Threats – External Factors and conditions that are likely to have a negative effect on achieving the objectives, or making the objective redundant or unachievable