NUR 590 Propose strategies that you could use for disseminating the outcomes of your evidence-based practice project proposal

NUR 590 Propose strategies that you could use for disseminating the outcomes of your evidence-based practice project proposal

NUR 590 Propose strategies that you could use for disseminating the outcomes of your evidence-based practice project proposal

The proposed evidence-based practice project (EBP) entails providing health education on Covid-19 vaccine plans for individuals at risk of Covid-19 to increase their willingness to take the Covid-19 vaccine. Dissemination entails targeted sharing of information and intervention materials to a target clinical or public health audience (Brownson et al., 2018). The dissemination strategies that will be applied in this EBP project include sharing the information on the healthcare organization’s website, publishing project findings in peer-reviewed journals, hospital seminars, and CMEs, and presenting the findings in national conferences of professional associations. Disseminating through the hospital’s website will be a highly cost-effective channel and will foster fast access to the EBP data (Ross-Hellauer et al., 2020). Publishing in peer-reviewed journals will ensure that the data is permanently available to the widest possible audience globally. Furthermore, I can organize a seminar in the hospital where I will invite the hospital staff to share the EBP findings.

The stakeholders needed to review and approve the proposed EBP project include the hospital’s management team including the director of human resource, the director of nursing services, and the director of finance. External stakeholders will include the local Department of health since the project involves educating the population about the COVID-19 vaccine. In addition, the hospital’s shareholders will need to approve the project since it will require human and financial resources.

The communication strategy to the stakeholders will involve various forms of communication. The EBP project will be communicated to the stakeholders through face-to-face meetings, presentations, emails, memos, and using the hospital’s notice boards (Boaz et al., 2018). Besides, communication on the project’s progress will be communicated through email updates, weekly progress reports, and face-to-face meetings.

References

Boaz, A., Hanney, S., Borst, R., O’Shea, A., & Kok, M. (2018). How to engage stakeholders in research: design principles to support improvement. Health research policy and systems16(1), 1-9. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12961-018-0337-6

Brownson, R. C., Eyler, A. A., Harris, J. K., Moore, J. B., & Tabak, R. G. (2018). Research full report: getting the word out: new approaches for disseminating public health science. Journal of public health management and practice24(2), 102. https://doi.org/10.1097/PHH.0000000000000673

Ross-Hellauer, T., Tennant, J. P., Banelytė, V., Gorogh, E., Luzi, D., Kraker, P., Pisacane, L., Ruggieri, R., Sifacaki, E., & Vignoli, M. (2020). Ten simple rules for innovative dissemination of research. PLoS computational biology16(4), e1007704. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1007704

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Great post! The goal of Dissemination of evidence has several different goals which include to increase people’s motivation to use and apply that evidence and to increase their ability to use and apply the evidence. The strategies used in the dissemination of evidence aims to spread knowledge on a wide scale within and across various location, practice settings and healthcare providers. 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9260852/

Hi thank you for your post! I enjoyed reading it and cant wait to see how your project evolves. Covid 19 and the vaccine was definitely a world-changing event.n Utilizing communication and putting the stakeholders in the loop is definitely something that is essential in order for the project to work. DeNisco points out that communication for a successful project needs to have the stakeholders be part of the changes alongside the evolving project (DeNisco, 2019). I cant wait to see your project and how you implement the changes!

DeNisco, S. M. (2019). Advanced practice nursing: Essential knowledge for the profession (4th ed.). Jones & Bartlett Learning.

Dissemination of the outcomes would be similar to the dissemination of the project proposal. However, it would be important for maintaining momentum to share wins along the way. Kotter, 2023 talks about the 8-step process for leading change, one step talks about recognizing even small wins to persist. The excitement from the wins will hopefully encourage others to buy-in to the project and support the change. In addition to the wins, any changes that have been made during the process will need to be communicated to ensure everyone is on the same page and working towards the same goal.

Kotter. (2023, June 16). The 8-step process for leading change: Dr. John Kotter. Kotter International Inc. https://www.kotterinc.com/methodology/8-steps/ 

This is such a great point! I’m definitely the person who likes to hear that I’m doing well, I’m on track and my efforts are appreciated. Additionally, regular “check ins” can help identify issues early on, giving the opportunity to alter processes in real time. This is also a great way to make staff feel like they are contributing, and that they get to be a part of the overall solution.

Disseminating the outcomes of the evidence-based practice project proposal on early ambulation in postoperative patients requires a comprehensive strategy to reach relevant stakeholders and ensure the widespread adoption of the findings. Present a detailed report on the project outcomes to hospital administrators, outlining the benefits of early ambulation on patient outcomes and cost savings. Emphasize how the project aligns with the hospital’s goals and commitment to evidence-based practices. Provide training sessions on implementing early ambulation protocols and address any questions or concerns they may have. Present the project outcomes at relevant surgical, nursing, or evidence-based practice conferences. Submit the project’s results to reputable surgery, nursing, or evidence-based practice journals (Melnyk & Fineout-Overholt, 2019). Detail the methodology, outcomes, and implications for clinical practice to reach a global audience of researchers and practitioners. Engage with policymakers, healthcare agencies, and government bodies to communicate the potential impact of early ambulation on patient outcomes and healthcare costs.

By employing diverse communication methods and targeting specific stakeholders, the evidence-based practice project’s outcomes on early ambulation can effectively reach the intended audience. Dissemination ensures that the findings are widely known, leading to potential improvements in postoperative care and patient outcomes across various healthcare settings.

Reference:

Melnyk, B. M., & Fineout-Overholt, E. (2019). Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing & Healthcare: A Guide to Best Practice (4th ed.). Wolters Kluwer.

Hello Preethy, great points mentioned about research dissemination.

Dissemination efforts need to take into account the message, source, audience, and channel. Practitioners and policy makers can be more effectively reached via news media, social media, issue or policy briefs, one-on-one meetings, and workshops and seminars. Numerous “upstream” and “midstream” indicators of impact include changes in public perception or awareness, greater use of evidence-based interventions, and changes in policy.

Dissemination of research will likely be improved if stakeholders are involved in the research and evaluation process.

Brownson, R. C., Eyler, A. A., Harris, J. K., Moore, J. B., & Tabak, R. G. (2018). Getting the Word Out: New Approaches for Disseminating Public Health Science. Journal of public health management and practice : JPHMP24(2), 102–111. https://doi.org/10.1097/PHH.0000000000000673

Dissemination of outcomes will be very similar to how the project was originally disseminated to the team. The stakeholders would be the same – RFMG leadership, including the CEO and traditional executive-level officers and board of directors, Epic Management, as well as everyone in the clinic, including the primary care providers, nursing staff, office staff, and most importantly, the patients.

Again, the easiest and fastest is email announcements to all stakeholders. Another is an announcement during the daily huddle before every shift starts. This time is reserved for important announcements and updates so this will be a perfect time where everyone is gathered to hear about the EBP and possibly open the floor to ask simple questions. The third opportunity is through the monthly staff meeting where there is more time allotted for discussing issues and updates and this will be a great time to fully present the EBP project to all staff.

As for the patients, email or message through their patient portal is easiest. A mailed newsletter highlighting the project and outcomes is also effective. Posters on bulletin boards in the clinics and banners across the clinic’s website can also enhance the announcement. Lastly, it is prudent to inform the patient on their scheduled appointment at the clinic because it will be a great time to spread the good news while enhancing and building upon the positive and continued use of the EBP project objectives. Integrating HBPM into routine patient care is important to support optimal management of hypertension (Wang et al., 2023)

Wang, T.-D., Ohkubo, T., Bunyi, M. L., Chadachan, V. M., Chia, Y. C., Kario, K., Kim, C.-H., Lin, H.-J., Matsushita, N., Park, S., Salman, E., Sukonthasarn, A., Tay, J. C., Tien, H. A., Tomar, I., Turana, Y., Van Minh, H., Verma, N., Wander, G. S., … Imai, Y. (2023). Current realities of home blood pressure monitoring from physicians’ perspectives: Results from asia HBPM survey 2020. Hypertension Research46(7), 1638–1649. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41440-023-01259-1

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