Discuss its relevance to your local community health setting, organizational, metropolitan, state, national, and international levels as applicable.

This section of your Evidence Based Project Proposal identifies and critically evaluates the evidence on your RN practice topic. It provides a discussion enabling the clinician a to determine the best available research evidence on which to base practice. This is a process of examining the key components or themes in the literature and identifying how they fit together. The evidence review also reviews the theoretical foundation of your Evidence Based Project. Included in this review is a critique or appraisal of the quality of the evidence you are reviewing. This section will form a foundation of support for your proposal.Directions:In the background, introduce your health concern (NURS 378 approved topic) and the context that led you to identify your health concern. You will explore the relevant background literature and theory related to your topic. Discuss its relevance to your local community health setting, organizational, metropolitan, state, national, and international levels as applicable. You will discuss the potential benefits and challenges of addressing the community health topic in your local setting, and explore the larger contextual impact related to this problem. The conclusion of this design is the proposal for the next steps to address the identified health concern.Identify a minimum of 6-8 references that support your project.Review this literature in terms ofTheoretical UnderpinningsIdentification of ‘Themes” to contextualize the analysisDiscussion of how these themes fit together to support your project.Create and work on this assignment in Google Docs, save a copy as a Word Doc and submit the Word document of your project via the assignment link here in your Brightspace D2L course.ExpectationsLength: 5-7 pagesFormat: APA 7th editionCitations & References: 6-8 references, maximumAttched is my evidence based project proposal paper, It is on Hispanic community and the disparities and language barriers.