Implementation Science - Bringing Evidence to the Bedside - Discovery Research Webcast
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Research, Quality and Patient Safety, 2020
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As in other areas of medicine, critical care is plagued by a long delay between the generation of evidence and the incorporation of evidence into clinical practice. The emerging field of implementation science, the scientific study of methods to promote the systematic uptake of research findings into routine practice, has developed to facilitate the spread of evidence-based practice. During this webcast, expert faculty will introduce implementation science methods and illustrate how these methods can enhance the development of evidence-based critical care practice.
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Content Type Webcast
Knowledge Area Research
Knowledge Area Quality and Patient Safety
Knowledge Level Intermediate
Knowledge Level Advanced
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Tag Research
Tag Evidence Based Medicine
Year 2020
implementation science
evidence-based practice
healthcare services
theoretical frameworks
evaluation methods
implementation outcomes
fidelity of implementation
interdisciplinary collaboration
bridging the gap


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