Tools for Evidence Implementation

 

  • Robert Wood Johnson's Transforming Care at the Bedside (TCAB)

    • "Ideas for transforming the way care is delivered on medical/surgical units come not from the executive suite or a quality improvement department, but from the nurses and other care team members who spend the most time with patients and their families."

  • RNAO's Best Practice Implementation Toolkit

    • These practical tools help frontline staff, EBP facilitators and faculty implement guidelines using these planned change tools.  

    • Find guides to using RNAO's best practice guidelines and worksheets to plan for the intended and unintended consequences of change.

  • University of Alberta Knowledge Utilization Studies

    • "KUSP is a founded health research program focusing on nursing and the social sciences. One of our particular areas of focus has been research utilization in the nursing profession."

    • Find many resources and information regarding using knowledge from research.

  • Canadian Institutes of Health Knowledge Translation Resources

    • "Knowledge Translation, Commercialization and Industry Collaboration are all aimed at engaging stakeholder communities in the funding and translation of research for effective and innovative changes in health policy, practice or products."

  • The JBI PACES Program

    • Membership is necessary for access.

    • Practical Application of Clinical Evidence System (PACES) is a user-friendly on-line tool designed to make it easier for health professionals to conduct and audit in a health care setting whether large or small.

  • National Center for Dissemination of Disability Research

    • Knowledge translation annotated library with links to full text citations related to multiple disciplines.

  • Implementation Science

    • "Implementation Science is an open access, peer-reviewed online journal that aims to publish research relevant to the scientific study of methods to promote the uptake of research findings into routine healthcare in both clinical and policy contexts."

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