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JBI Evidence Implementation Training Program
The JBI Evidence Implementation Program, The JBI EITP, will empower you to identify an area of clinical improvement and design a program to implement the best evidence to improve patient outcomes.
The JBI Evidence Implementation Program, The JBI EITP, is for busy clinicians, managers, and quality managers who are passionate about improving patient care and recognize the need to implement evidence into day-to-day clinical practice.
The EIT is conducted as 3-day workshop, designed to build competency in understanding the complexities of implementation research and to develop knowledge of various implementation frameworks. The workshop uses examples from around the world will highlight issues involving context, facilitation and evaluation, and other challenges associated with implementing evidence-based practice.
During the program, participants are provided with proven approaches to implement evidence into practice at their own clinical settings by:
- Developing clinical leadership skills and strengths to actively lead change
- Defining best practices in their practice area
- Conducting unbiased clinical audits and engaging in quality improvement processes
- Implementing frameworks and using software to get research into practice and to apply clinical evidence
- Designing and executing strategies to implement evidence-based practice in their own work environment.
The Evidence Implementation Workshop also includes the one-day Clinical Leadership Workshop which will take place on day 2.
This training will be offered at the following dates and times:
- May 23-25, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. CDT.
This program is delivered by remote attendance via Zoom in Chicago, IL (CST).
You will need an evidence summary to begin your work. Use this link to choose a topic from the JBI Paces Topic Project List.
Once you have registered, you'll receive a confirmation email, providing further program information and a link to complete an 'Evidence Implementation Project Topic' form, briefly describing the area you wish to investigate in your workplace project, including Population, Intervention/Condition & Setting. This should be an area in which you conduct a baseline clinical audit, implementation of evidence-based strategies, and then follow-up clinical audit aimed at assessing outcomes. For example: What is best practice in regards to non-pharmacological management of people with dementia in residential care facilities? You will also be required to identify the aims/outcomes you are hoping to achieve through your evidence implementation project.
Once you return this form, the team from RFU-JBI will send you the evidence summary and the audit criteria to guide your project development.
This form is essential in assisting the RFU-JBI team in preparing for your participation.
Your JBI Trainers for this Program
Associate Professor Jennifer Greenwood - Director of the JBI Center at RFU, Coordinator for Research and Scholarship, Department of Nurse Anesthesia
Associate Professor Franklin McShane – JBI trainer, Director of Simulation Education
- Workshops will be delivered via remote attendance with Zoom Meetings
- This Program also includes the Clinical Leadership Workshop on May 24, 2022.
- This workshop includes all training materials and resources
- Registration Closes May 1, 2022.
If you have any questions about this workshop, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org