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Title Evaluating the impact of implementing evidence-based practice / edited by Debra Bick and Ian D. Graham.
Imprint Chichester, West Sussex ; Ames, Iowa : Wiley-Blackwell ; [Indianapolis, Ind.] : Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, 2010.

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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  RT84.5 .E927 2010    AVAILABLE  
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Series Evidence based nursing series
Evidence-based nursing series. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n2009184630
Subject Evidence-based nursing.
Evidence-Based Nursing.
Evidence-Based Medicine.
Program Evaluation -- methods.
Treatment Outcome.
Alt Name Bick, Debra.
Graham, Ian D.
Sigma Theta Tau International.
Description xvi, 208 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Summary "'Evaluating the impact of implementing Evidence-Based Practice' is the third of three books on implementing evidence based practice in the Evidence-based nursing series published jointly by Blackwell Publishing and Sigma Theta Tau International. 'Evaluation and outcome measures for evidence-based practice' addresses the means to rigorously identify, evaluate and assess the outcomes of implementation of evidence into practice. 'Evaluating the impact of implementing Evidence-Based Practice' provides practical and effective guidance on how to assess whether implementation was effective, the full range of issues to be considered when measuring the impact of implementation and the range of approaches which could be used. It stresses the importance of ensuring the long-term sustainability of improvements in care and of measuring the use of interventions and innovations, in order to effectively evaluate the impact on outcomes and. It examines the impact of implementation on economic outcomes and the outcomes of importance to different groups including service users, clinicians, managers and policy makers. The approaches outlined in each chapter are transferable across a range of international, professional and healthcare settings"--Provided by publisher
"'Evaluating the impact of implementing Evidence-Based Practice' is the third of three books on implementing evidence based practice in the Evidence-based nursing series published jointly by Blackwell Publishing and Sigma Theta Tau International. 'Evaluation and outcome measures for evidence-based practice' addresses the means to rigorously identify, evaluate and assess the outcomes of implementation of evidence into practice. 'Evaluating the impact of implementing Evidence-Based Practice' provides practical and effective guidance on how to assess whether implementation was effective, the full range of issues to be considered when measuring the impact of implementation and the range of approaches which could be used. It stresses the importance of ensuring the long-term sustainability of improvements in care and of measuring the use of interventions and innovations, in order to effectively evaluate the impact on outcomes and. It examines the impact of implementation on economic outcomes and the outcomes of importance to different groups including service users, clinicians, managers and policy makers. The approaches outlined in each chapter are transferable across a range of international, professional and healthcare settings"--Provided by publisher.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents The importance of addressing outcomes of evidence-based practice / Debra Bick and Ian D. Graham -- Measuring outcomes of evidence-based practice : distinguishing between knowledge use and its impact / Ian D. Graham ... [et al.] -- Models and approaches to inform the impacts of implementation of evidence-based practice / Joyce Wilkinson, Neil Johnson, and Peter Wimpenny -- An outcomes framework for knowledge translation / Diane M. Doran -- Outcomes of evidence-based practice : practice to policy perspectives / Margaret B. Harrison -- Implementing and sustaining evidence in nursing care of cardiovascular disease / Anne Sales -- Outcomes of implementation that matter to health service users / Debra Bick and Ian D. Graham -- Evaluating the impact of implementation on economic outcomes / Lisa Gold -- Sustaining evidence-based practice systems and measuring the impacts / Barbara Davies, Dominique Tremblay, and Nancy Edwards -- A review of the use of outcome measures of evidence-based practice in guideline implementation studies in nursing, allied health professions, and medicine / Christina M. Godfrey, Margaret B. Harrison, and Ian D. ?Graham.
ISBN 9781405183840 (pbk. : alk. paper)
1405183845 (pbk. : alk. paper)
OCLC # 463631884
Table of Contents
 Contributors' information 
 Foreword 
 Preface / Anne Marie Rafferty 
1The importance of addressing outcomes of evidence-based practice / Anne Marie Rafferty1
 Introduction / Ian D. Graham2
 Why are outcomes of EBP important? / Ian D. Graham2
 The development of EBP / Ian D. Graham3
 What is evidence? / Ian D. Graham5
 Models and frameworks to support research use / Ian D. Graham7
 Why is it important to measure/evaluate the impact of EBP? / Ian D. Graham8
 Why do interventions of unproven benefit continue to be implemented? / Ian D. Graham10
 The importance of outcomes in policy and politics / Ian D. Graham13
 Conclusion / Ian D. Graham14
 References / Ian D. Graham14
2Measuring outcomes of evidence-based practice: Distinguishing between knowledge use and its impact / Ian D. Graham18
 Introduction / Margaret B. Harrison19
 Knowledge use / Margaret B. Harrison19
 Measurement considerations / Margaret B. Harrison24
 Measuring knowledge use / Margaret B. Harrison25
 Evaluating the impact of knowledge use / Margaret B. Harrison28
 Measuring outcomes of EBP and return on investment / Margaret B. Harrison30
 Conclusion / Margaret B. Harrison33
 References / Margaret B. Harrison34
3Models and approaches to inform the impacts of implementation of evidence-based practice / Margaret B. Harrison38
 Introduction / Peter Wimpenny38
 A model typology / Peter Wimpenny40
 Conclusion / Peter Wimpenny60
 Acknowledgment / Peter Wimpenny61
 References / Peter Wimpenny62
4An outcomes framework for knowledge translation / Peter Wimpenny67
 Introduction / Diane M. Doran68
 Purpose of the framework / Diane M. Doran69
 The focus on outcomes / Diane M. Doran69
 Practice reflection based on outcomes / Diane M. Doran71
 Outcomes feedback / Diane M. Doran72
 Patient preferences for care / Diane M. Doran74
 Facilitation to support change / Diane M. Doran76
 Related theoretical models / Diane M. Doran77
 Conclusion / Diane M. Doran81
 References / Diane M. Doran82
5Outcomes of evidence-based practice: practice to policy perspectives / Diane M. Doran86
 Introduction / Margaret B. Harrison86
 Background / Margaret B. Harrison87
 Building the case for change for EBP / Margaret B. Harrison88
 Understanding the environment and current care / Margaret B. Harrison90
 Measuring the impact of EBP/care / Margaret B. Harrison91
 Limitations of different approaches / Margaret B. Harrison94
 Choose outcomes wisely / Margaret B. Harrison96
 Conclusion / Margaret B. Harrison97
 References / Margaret B. Harrison97
6Implementing and sustaining evidence in nursing care of cardiovascular disease / Margaret B. Harrison100
 Introduction / Anne Sales101
 A brief history of the evolution of cardiology in practice / Anne Sales102
 System approaches to changing delivery of cardiovascular care / Anne Sales103
 Outcomes and their impact / Anne Sales105
 Nursing-focused evidence-informed care for patients with cardiovascular health problems / Anne Sales106
 Conclusion / Anne Sales114
 References / Anne Sales116
7Outcomes of implementation that matter to health service users / Anne Sales124
 Introduction / Ian D. Graham125
 Enhancing the contribution of service users to health service policy and research / Ian D. Graham126
 Defining EBP priorities and outcomes from a service user perspective / Ian D. Graham129
 Patient-reported outcome measures / Ian D. Graham132
 Addressing the challenges and developing the evidence base / Ian D. Graham141
 Acknowledgments / Ian D. Graham143
 References / Ian D. Graham143
8Evaluating the impact of implementation on economic outcomes / Ian D. Graham147
 Introduction / Lisa Gold147
 Economics / Lisa Gold148
 Economic evaluation of EBP / Lisa Gold152
 Barriers to economic evaluation ethics and research efficiency / Lisa Gold161
 Conclusion / Lisa Gold163
 References / Lisa Gold164
9Sustaining evidence-based practice systems and measuring the impacts / Lisa Gold166
 Introduction / Nancy Edwards166
 The need for and concept of "sustainability" of EBP change / Nancy Edwards167
 Maintaining the integrity of EBP / Nancy Edwards167
 Sustainability models / Nancy Edwards169
 Strategies for more sustainable EBP / Nancy Edwards174
 A suggested development process for indicators that will be sustainable / Nancy Edwards177
 Criteria for selecting sustainability indicators / Nancy Edwards178
 Exemplars and issues around the sustainability of EBP systems / Nancy Edwards179
 Conclusion / Nancy Edwards183
 References / Nancy Edwards183
10A review of the use of outcome measures of evidence-based practice in guideline implementation studies in Nursing, Allied Health Professions, and Medicine / Nancy Edwards189
 Method and background on the reviews / Ian D. Graham190
 Discussion / Ian D. Graham198
 Conclusion / Ian D. Graham200
 References / Ian D. Graham200
 Appendix / Ian D. Graham201
 Index / Ian D. Graham205


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