What background (if any) do you have with EBR?
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Discussion: Evidence Research HCA 620
Search the GCU Library on the following topic: Evidence-Based Research (EBR). What background (if any) do you have with EBR? Share with the class any challenges you face with your evidence-based capstone project. Choose a classmate’s entry and note how you would approach the challenges.
HCA 620 Week 3 Discussion 2 Latest-GCU
Search the GCU Library on the following topic: Change Model. Which change model do you think will work best for your evidence-based capstone project? Explain.
HCA 620 Week 4 Discussion 1 Latest-GCU
Search the GCU Library on the following topic: Marketing Analysis. What information did you find that can be used in your CLC Business Plan as the best approach to marketing the plan, both internally and externally?
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