The Joanna Briggs Translation Science framework provides a systematic approach to the implementation of high quality evidence. The methods, based on quality improvement processes have been rigorously evaluated over nine years of programmatic research and evaluation.
Participation in this project will enable all involved sites to better understand the role of context specific strategies for implementation, to gather knowledge of barriers to good practice common to indwelling urethral catheter management, and clearly identified resource requirements for effective implementation of evidence based guideline recommendations.
The project will run from October 2011 to October 2012 and consists of 4 phases:
Each participating site will receive an end of phase analysis of their results, plus a compiled report of “like” or “similar” organizations performance (deidentified, aggregate data) for benchmarking or comparison purposes.
To participate, your organization will need to complete a small demographic survey (this allows us to make the right comparisons in your end of phase reports). You will also need to name a contact that can work directly with the JBI staff and can coordiate the timeline for the audit.