Implementation of SBAR Training Program
Sandeep Bains NUR/598 February 18th, 2013 Margaret L. Colucciello
Section D: Implementation Plan 1. Proposed Solution Implementation Plan
The first step in implementing this project will be for the author of this evidence-based practice SBAR (situation, background, assessment, and recommendation) program to approach the Director of Nursing to get approval for the project. The author will discuss the project with Director of Nursing and present this project for approval to the administration. Once approval has been obtained one of the manager will be appointed as project director by the Director of Nursing. The manager will appoint the team that will present the project to the staff (nurses and physicians) that will attend the SBAR educational program. Brampton hospital has the multidisciplinary team consist of managers, nursing educators, and physicians for the completion of project. The appointed team would be required to complete the online educational program containing most up-to-date evidence- based information pertaining to SBAR to ensure that each member possesses current knowledge on the educational topic. The appointed team will provide the educational sessions to teach staff about the importance of SBAR and how it reduces the adverse patient outcomes. The educational sessions include role-play, DVD, demonstrations, and didactic content, and evaluation will complete for each of the session through questionnaire.
The Joint Commission has a guide that all attending staff will be given a copy, called Collaborative Structured communication. This...
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