Lewin’s introduced his change model in 1951 where he suggests that changes in behavior depicts as an ongoing process of three changes towards unfreezing, moving and refreezing (Bierema, 2014). First recognition of change and ways to create change resulting in action moving toward a change then reinforcing or refreezing takes place in order for a new behavior to be effective. Ongoing improvement is needed as not to return to the unfreezing stage. Lewin’s three step model is still being used today. From a news article in November of this year from the Science Letter it summarizes how the Virginia Commonwealth University is using Lewin’s change model as a tool for continuing education in clinical settings. There are case studies that will be performed that will illustrate Lewin’s model of changing behavior with collaborative evaluation principles.