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Exploring Technological Solutions to Foster Evidence-Based Practice
Transcript of Exploring Technological Solutions to Foster Evidence-Based Practice
DNP Program Coordinator
Southeastern Louisiana University
School of Nursing Social Media No, tell me how you really feel about considering a technological solution... Which technological solution will you take back to your organization? Facebook and Twitter Easy to use
Many already using
Easy to create pages/groups Twitter is an online social networking service and microblogging service that enables its users to send and read text-based messages of up to 140 characters, known as "tweets". -Wikipedia Over 500 million users, generating over 340 million tweets daily and handling over 1.6 billion search queries per day, Twitter has become one of the top 10 most visited websites on the Internet. -Wikipedia Social Bookmarking Poster Presentations Using PowerPoint Templates Using iPads and nursing simulation may improve patient safety. There is an app for that? Yes.
NIH Stroke Scale has an application! Students did... Unexpected outcome: Valued scales used in the clinical setting, I.e. Students engaged patients and each other in the use of Braden and pain scales upon returning to the clinical area. Using Virtual Environments to Facilitate Nursing Journal Clubs, Peer Support Groups, Case Studies & Poster Presentations to Foster Evidence-Based Practice Other technological solutions to foster EBP and promote journal clubs Wikis and Blogs for Journal Clubs Facebook is a social networking service Facebook has over one billion active users more than half of them using Facebook on a mobile device. -Facebook Virtual environments such as Second Life can provide a Community of Practice to
Conduct research 3D Virtual Learning Environments to Increase Student Research Productivity
-2012 ASHA Conference with Dr. Paula Currie Evidence-based practice is every nurses’ responsibility Technological Solutions to Foster an Evidence-Based Practice
Dropbox Barriers to Nursing Journal Clubs
Lack of trained facilitators
Logistical issues, i.e. travel to venue, child care DROPBOX: FREE online file sharing service, easy to get started Able to share and store information
Large files, i.e. presentation slides
Share with individuals (research partner(s), or a group such as your professional organization or committee - easy to grant access and remove when no longer needed
Files can be stored on your hard drive and synced when online
Serves as a backup for important work
Public folder available Technological Solutions to Foster EBP TECHNOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS TO EXPLORE
Fillable forms (Data collection)
Online journal club toolkit with fillable forms
Improve online registration processes
Build an app to improve faculty/student advising process
Continue exploring iPad and simulation technologies Identify at least one technological solution to foster evidence-based practice at your organization. Objective Keep, share, and discover the best of the Web using Delicious, the world's leading social bookmarking service. Bookmarking
Method of saving information
Accessed through a browser (i.e. Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.)
AKA "favorites" or "Internet shortcuts"
Social bookmarking allows users to organize, store, manage, and search bookmarks online
Bookmarking vs. social bookmarking
Accessing, searching, and sharing
Wikipedia/Delicious My experience
Personally, as a reference manager for all types of media
Shared with students, and colleagues (assignments)
Used within learning management system Lessons learned
Easy to use and share information
Provides another resource to search
May be a great interactive tool to share research among students and colleagues (assignments)
Requires Internet access A CNS’s Perspective on Multi-User Virtual Environments: A Year Later, What More Do We Know? -2012 National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists Virtual Journal Clubs Improve Critical Appraisal Skill Acquistion -2011 Summer Institute on Evidence-Based Practice with Dr. Karen Rice Using Multi-User Virtual Learning Environments to Facilitate Advanced Practice Education -2011 LANP Conference with Dr. Karen Rice Nurses’ Perceived Benefit of Using a Multi-User Virtual Environment to Facilitate Nursing Journal Clubs -2011 LSNA Conference with Dr. Karen Rice, Dr. Marsha Bennett, Ms. Shelley Thibeau, & Ms. Fiona Winterbottom, Exploring Technological Solutions to Foster EBP -4th Annual EBP Conference A Virtual World Consortium: Using Second Life to Facilitate Nursing Journal Clubs -2009 Research Study with Dr. Karen Rice, Dr. Marsha Bennett, Ms. Shelley Thibeau, & Ms. Fiona Winterbottom, Using Avatars in an Online Virtual Community to Facilitate Peer Storytelling Among Grieving Oncology Nurses - 2010 Research Study with Dr. Karen Rice, Dr. Marsha J. Bennett, Ms. Rebecca Pujol, Ms. Kristin Linde, Ms. Sara Sporar, & Ms. Harlee Kutzen Lessons Learned as an Avatar Researcher. Using Technology to Facilitate Research and Develop Education and Practice Partnerships - 2012 TRIP Conference Look who is already exploring Twitter...3 of over 500 million What can your professional organizations offer? Oncology Nursing Society Open PPT/File/Page Set-up/Enter: height/width What We Have Been Doing to Foster Evidence-Based Practice What's Next Think about using PDF fillable forms to capture journal club or other data online. Using iPads and nursing simulation may improve patient safety.