Evidence Implementation Training Program
The JBI Evidence Implementation Training Program empowers health professionals to improve patient care and clinical outcomes, and provides proven approaches to implementing evidence into practice.
This is a six-month, evidence-based implementation program comprising two 5-day intensive training workshops and an evidence implementation project undertaken in the workplace over the intervening months. Participants are supported by JBI Implementation Science Research Fellows as they develop, complete and report on their evidence implementation projects.
The Evidence Implementation Training Program is for busy clinicians, managers, policy makers and quality managers who are passionate about being a strategic contributor to organisational safety and quality by improving patient care and who recognise the need to implement evidence into day-to-day clinical practice.
During the program participants are provided with proven approaches to implementing evidence into practice and are equipped with knowledge, tools and resources to practically apply evidence in their own clinical settings by:
- Participating in group processes and discussions on developing clinical leadership skills and strengths to actively lead change
- Defining best practice 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.
This program includes the one-day Clinical Leadership Workshop which will take place during the first of the two 5-day training workshops.
Making an impact
See the resources below for some examples of how past participants of the Evidence Implementation Training Program have made an impact in their clinical settings to improve patient health outcomes:
Published implementation project: Nutrition and hydration management among stroke patients in inpatient rehabilitation: a best practice implementation project