Letters to the Editor

Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) would like to solicit your thoughts, your opinions and your practice changers! It is for this reason we are launching a Letters to the Editor section. We feel this is a great way to incorporate your feedback, real life experience and call us out if need be. We really want you to feel free to share your ideas and analysis.


  1. First, we ask that you keep it to a 500 word max. If that’s just not possible, be sure to let our Managing Editor, Adelina Colbert know and we’ll see what we can do.
  2. Secondly, we’re looking for critical appraisal. If there’s new evidence to support or refute a previous article, incorporate it.
  3. Lastly, our Editor-in-Chief reserves the right to refuse any manuscript deemed a conflict of interest, inaccurate or defamatory.

So, let’s hear it! We eagerly await your correspondence.

If you are interested in submitting a letter to the editor or learning more about this scholarly activity, please fill out the form below:

Letters to the Editor