Disseminating EBP Projects
Many factors influence how successfully an EBP Project is implemented and evaluated. As noted in this week’s Learning Resources, using a translation framework can facilitate effective implementation and the evaluation of outcomes.
For this assignment you will prepare a scholarly product that reports the results and implications of your project to designed audience. The scholarly product for dissemination reports the results and implications of your project to a specified audience. Your scholarly product may be in the form of a project summary and evaluation report, poster presentation, program evaluation report, or a media or technology-based deliverable.
To prepare for this week’s section of Application 5:
The full Application 5 is due by Tuesday 11/06/18 of this week. Instructions for how to prepare for previous sections of this Application have been provided in Weeks 9 and 10
Assignment 5: Disseminating the EBP Project
For this assignment you will prepare a scholarly product that reports the results and implications of your project to designed audience. The scholarly product for dissemination reports the results and implications of your project to a specified audience. Your scholarly product may be in the form of a project summary and evaluation report, poster presentation, program evaluation report, or a media or technology-based deliverable, Your scholarly product must include the following:
Identify the practice setting and context in which you conducted your project, a summary of the evidence supporting the project, and the process for implementation and evaluation.
Explain the results of your DNP Project and recommendations for change that you made to the organization
White, K. M., Dudley-Brown, S. & Terhan, M.F. (2016). Translation of evidence into nursing and health care practice (2nd ed.) New York, NY: Springer.
Chapter 18, Dissemination of Evidence (SEE ATTACHED FILE).
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Leeman, J., Myers, A.E.,Ribisl, K.M.,& Ammerman, A.S. (2015). Disseminating policy and environmental change interventions: Insights from obesity prevention and tobacco control. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 22:301–311 doi 10.1007/s12529-014-9427-1
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