Implementation strategies – moving guidance into practice
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- The importance of guideline development.
- The gap between knowledge and practice.
- Evidence for implementation strategies.
- To understand how simple guidelines fail to promote change.
- To understand the evidence for implementation tools.
- To understand the range of implementation tools, such as: integrated care pathways, care bundles (venous thromboembolism [VTE] risk assessment), equipment boxes (e.g. eclampsia), decision stickers (e.g. cardiotocography [CTG] analysis), safety briefings/structured ward rounds.
- How to go about designing an implementation project.
- How to effect change.