Schachman K., Lee R.,: Provide step-by-step explanation of requirements., and Lederman, R. (2004) Baby Boot Camp: Facilitating maternal role adaptation in military wives. Nursing Research, 53(4).
Was the experimental intervention described in detail?
Was justification from the literature providedexpectationsprovided for development of the experimental intervention?
Was the experimental intervention the best that could be provided given current knowledge?
Was a protocol developed to ensure consistent or reliable implementationassessing the student’s learningimplementation of the treatment with each subject throughout the study?
Did the study report indicate who implemented the treatment? If more than one person implemented the treatment, were they trained to ensure consistency in the delivery of the treatment?
Was any control group intervention described?
Was there an intervention theory provided to explain why the intervention causes the outcomes and exactly how the intervention produced the desired effects?
Nursing is in the midst of many changes. How can you be a driving force to bring about needed change within the field of nursing?
• Explain strategies for effective interprofessional teamwork and collaboration in health care delivery.
• Analyze the implications of working with interprofessional teams in multi–faceted healthcare settings.
• Develop evidence–based nursing interventions to address specific problems and enable systemic change.
Complete the following:
• Describe the problem briefly, along with how it impacts the organization, patients, or the nursing profession (or all of these).
• Describe possible evidence–based interventions for the problem.
• Analyze potential barriers and resistance to change that might come from the organization, patients, or colleagues (or all of these).
• Describe strategies to overcome barriers and resistance to change.
• Develop a plan to implement evidence–based interventions. What steps would you take? What resources might you need?
• Identify other health care professionals to enlist as team members to help drive change in the organization.