JBI EVIDENCE IMPLEMENTATION NETWORK
Utilising the Twitter platform, the @JBI_EI Network is a rapidly growing group where followers regularly offer opinion on JBI implementation work, and share their own knowledge and experiences on practice evaluation, improvement and strategies for effective implementation. The @JBI_EI Network is utilising online media to disseminate the findings of our implementation projects and to connect with likeminded healthcare professionals, educators and researchers around the world who share our mission for the best evidence at the point of care.
The JBI Evidence Implementation Bulletin enables our international evidence-based network to share knowledge, resources, skills and create impact. This quarterly supplement to JBI Evidence Implementation journal includes examples of individuals and groups around the world who are contributing to evidence-based healthcare - creating expert content for evidence-informed clinical decision making that anyone can learn from and incorporate into their own clinical setting.
Are you part of a clinical team that is or has conducted on site practice evaluation or clinical audit? Have you been involved in clinical research and the implementation of best practice in a patient care setting? If so, we want to hear from you! Contact the JBI Evidence Implementation Coordinator.
The JBI Evidence Implementation: Digital Commentary Series is a quarterly supplement to the journal. Each series includes expert clinicians, nursing educators and/or implementation specialists’ commentary on the topic, the implementation strategies and the relevance to policy and practice. The videos highlight the key methods, results and strategies on knowledge needs and implementation from a clinician’s perspective. The commentaries are developed in either video or audio format for easy access for busy health professionals. If you want to join this strategic online community and be supported to develop highly accessed digital commentaries, contact JBI Implementation Coordinator to contribute.
JBI Endorsement provide hospitals, nursing homes, clinics and other healthcare services with the standards required to garner status as an organisation with the highest-quality healthcare practices and enables organisations to:
- enhance their credibility to patients, clients, practitioners, and stakeholders
- demonstrate their commitment to evidence-based healthcare to their staff, clients, and constituency
- strengthen their position in a competitive field
- be associated with an internationally recognised standard of evidence-based healthcare.
A JBI Implementation Fellowship recognises experience and contribution to implementation science through evidence-based health service delivery, clinical practice and scholarship. Fellows contribute to programmatic implementation research which advances clinical excellence in practice or knowledge of implementation for evidence-based healthcare.
Anyone is eligible to become a JBI Implementation Fellow; eligibility is not dependent on JBI Collaboration membership, years of experience, or academic qualifications.