You may have already encountered this scenario or one similar: You are concerned about a specific practice that exists in your clinical setting involving a unique patient population. Your concern leads you to search the literature, a typical approach to your inquiry that you’ve done numerous times before. Your search yields a clinical practice guideline and other types of evidence dealing with the issue at hand, and you think “Eureka! Now I know exactly what we should be doing!” This excitement slowly turns to concern again. You think: “I know what I want to change, but now what? How do I get all the staff to adopt this change?”
Voila l’introduction du guide d’implantation rédigé à l’attention des professionnels de la santé et particulièrement les cliniciens. Retrouvez-la dans son intégralité ici.
Cette publication a été développée par S.A. Castiglione, RN, MSc(A) & J.A. Ritchie RN, PhD Nursing Research3 – Centre for Knowledge, Innovation and Action The McGill University Health Centre (March 28, 2012).