1st Edition

Implementation Science in Nursing A Framework for Education and Practice

By Linda Roussel, Patricia Thomas Copyright 2022
    264 Pages
    by Routledge

    A timely resource that shows faculty, students, and clinicians how to bring about and sustain change, Implementation Science in Nursing: A Framework for Education and Practice provides theoretical information and practical application for evidence-based practice (EBP) in health care.

    The most challenging but crucial part of EBP is implementation, where the practice change is piloted, evaluated, integrated, and sustained. Implementation Science in Nursing: A Framework for Education and Practice focuses on the implementation process, which is the study of methods and strategies that promote the methodical uptake of research findings and EBPs into routine practices to ultimately improve patient care, quality, safety, and outcomes. 

    Drs. Linda A. Roussel and Patricia L. Thomas have combined both didactic teaching methods with real-life exemplars in the text to help readers learn the elements of implementation science and its application. Other important features include: 
    •    Excellent exemplars and sample assignments for educators
    •    In-depth discussions on implementation science theories, models, and frameworks applied to real-life scenarios
    •    Thorough explanations of evidence-based practice (EBP), quality improvement (QI) implementation science (IS), and dissemination science (DS)
    •    The latest literature and thinking on implementation science

    With Implementation Science in Nursing: A Framework for Education and Practice, nursing professionals and students in Doctor of Nursing Practice programs will learn the tools, techniques, and strategies used to advance quality initiatives and improve patient and population health.

    Acknowledgments

    About the Editors

    Contributing Authors

    Foreword by Sharon Tucker, PhD, APRN-­CNS, PMHCNS-BC, NC-­BC, FNAP, FAANIntroduction

    Chapter 1 Evolution of Evidence-­Based Practice: Implications forImplementation and Dissemination Sciencesand Translational NursingClista Clanton, MSLS;Patricia L. Thomas, PhD, RN, FAAN, FACHE, FNAP, NEA-­BC, ACNS-­BC, CNL; and Linda A. Roussel, PhD, RN, NEA-­BC, CNL, FAAN

    Chapter 2 History, Context, and Application of Implementation,Decision Sciences, and Evidence-­BasedPractice UptakeCynthia Peltier Coviak, PhD, RN, FNAP

    Chapter 3 Theories, Frameworks, and Models inImplementation and Decision ScienceCynthia Peltier Coviak, PhD, RN, FNAP

    Chapter 4 Scholarship for Academic Nursing:Alignment With Implementationand Dissemination Sciences?Cynthia Peltier Coviak, PhD, RN, FNAPExemplar 4-1 Knowledge DiscoveryFrom Electronic Data Cynthia Peltier Coviak, PhD, RN, FNAPExemplar 4-2 Community Health PromotionProject Implementation Cynthia Peltier Coviak, PhD, RN, FNAP

    Chapter 5 Implementation Science and Practice:Implications for Nursing EducationThrough Content, Context, and ProjectsLinda A. Roussel, PhD, RN, NEA-­BC, CNL, FAAN andPatricia L. Thomas, PhD, RN, FAAN, FACHE, FNAP, NEA-­BC, ACNS-­BC, CNL

    Chapter 6 Implementation Science and Practice:Entry Level of PracticeJanet E. Winter, DNP, MPA, FNAP, RNExemplar 6-1 Interprofessional CollaborationMargaret Moore-­Nadler, DNP, RN

    Chapter 7 Implementation and Dissemination Sciencesand Practice: Gradu­ate Nursing Educationand Advanced PracticeCynthia Peltier Coviak, PhD, RN, FNAPExemplar 7-1 Evidence-­Based Best Practice for PediatricPatient/Family Education in aCardiovascular Intensive Care Setting Tedra S. Smith, DNP, CRNP, CPNP-­PC, CNE, CHSE andAndrew Loehr, BSN, MSN, CNP

    Chapter 8 Organizational Systems and Leadership:Impact on Translational NursingLinda A. Roussel, PhD, RN, NEA-­BC, CNL, FAAN andPatricia L. Thomas, PhD, RN, FAAN, FACHE, FNAP, NEA-­BC, ACNS-­BC, CNLExemplar 8-1 A Strategy for Enhancing Staff Confidencein De-­Escalating a Crisis Situation Donna Copeland, DNP, RN, NE-­BC, CPN, CPON, AE-­CExemplar 8-2 Implementation of the Braden Scale forPredicting Pressure Injury Riskin the Emergency De

    PartmentTiffany Tscherne, RN, DNP, MBA, FACHE and Donna Copeland, DNP, RN, NE-­BC, CPN, CPON, AE-­C

    Chapter 9 The Application of Improvement Science:Quality Improvement, Change Management,and SustainabilityDavid H. James, DNP, MSHQS, RN, CCNS, NPD-BC andPatricia L. Thomas, PhD, RN, FAAN, FACHE, FNAP, NEA-­BC, ACNS-­BC, CNLExemplar 9-1 Application of Run and Control Charts David H. James, DNP, MSHQS, RN, CCNS, NPD-BCExemplar 9-2 Application of Quality ImprovementConcepts: Coin-­Spinning Exercise David H. James, DNP, MSHQS, RN, CCNS, NPD-BC andMarti Rice, PhD, RN, FAAN

    Chapter 10 Innovation and Translation: Next Steps in Advancing Health CareThrough Implementation ScienceKristen Noles, DNP, RN, CNL, LSSGB; Rebekah Barber, BSN, MSN, DNP;Christina Fortugno, MSHA, MBA, BSN, RN, CCRN;Linda A. Roussel, PhD, RN, NEA-­BC, CNL, FAAN; andPatricia L. Thomas, PhD, RN, FAAN, FACHE, FNAP, NEA-­BC, ACNS-­BC, CNLExemplar 10-1 Help Us Support Healing: The Creation of aSleep Protocol to Limit Sleep Interruptionson a Medical-­Surgical Unit Shaun Lampron, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN andDonna Copeland, DNP, RN, NE-­BC, CPN, CPON, AE-­CExemplar 10-2 Using Design Thinking to Guide Innovation:Innovation in Action Aakansha Gosain, BME and Zena Banker, BME

    Chapter 11 Voices From Health Care and Nursing Champions:Implications for Implementation Scienceand Translational NursingLinda A. Roussel, PhD, RN, NEA-­BC, CNL, FAAN;Carolynn Thomas Jones, DNP, MSPH, RN, FAAN; andPatricia L. Thomas, PhD, RN, FAAN, FACHE, FNAP, NEA-­BC, ACNS-­BC, CNLExemplar 11-1 Im

    Parting Knowledge and SupportingEvidence-­Based Action: The Adult NonalcoholicFatty Liver Disease ToolkitKelly Casler, DNP, APRN-­CNP, EBP-­C, CHSEExemplar 11-2 Nursing Leadership and Evidence-­Based PracticeAmidst the PandemicKelli Chovanec, DNP, RN, NE-­BCExemplar 11-3 Building a Peer Support System to Mitigate Psychological Trauma in Health Care Workers Donna Copeland, DNP, RN, NE-­BC, CPN, CPON, AE-­CExemplar 11-4 Implementing New Informed Consent Practices forPediatric Coronavirus Disease 2019 Clinical Trials:Innovations, Collaborations, Resilience, and TeamScience During a Pandemic Carolynn Thomas Jones, DNP, MSPH, RN, FAAN andMallory E. Rowell, MS, BSN, RNExemplar 11-5 Best Practices for Embedding ImplementationScience in Doctor of NursingPractice Projects Linda A. Roussel, PhD, RN, NEA-­BC, CNL, FAAN and Jeannie Scruggs Corey, DNP, RN, NEA-­BCExemplar 11-6 Evidence-­Based Best Practice forDecreasing Inappropriate Referrals to aComprehensive Vascular Access Team Somali Nguyen, DNP, CRNP, AGACNP-­BC; April Garrigan, DNP, APRN, FNP-­BC; andShea Polancich, PhD, RN, FAANExemplar 11-7 Patient Safety Implementation Jaclyn Castano, MSN, RN, CPPSExemplar 11-8 Interprofessional Evidence-­Based Practice Council forCollaborative Practice Donna Copeland, DNP, RN, NE-­BC, CPN, CPON, AE-­CExemplar 11-9 Implementing P6 Acupressure in Conjunction With Pharmacotherapy to Decrease Chemotherapy-Induced Nausea and Vomiting: ANurse­Led Evidence-Based Practice Initiative toImprove Care and Quality of Life Megan Maloney, RN, BSN, DNC;Mary L. Schumann, RN, MA, AOCN, OCN;and Heather Ugolini, BSN, RNExemplar 11-10 Diversity and Inclusion: Biasin Perioperative Care Mercedes Weir, PhD, APRN, CRNAExemplar 11-11 Evidence-Based Practice Advocate Program forDirect Care Nurses Paula E. Dunham, DNP, ND, MSA, NPD-BC, EBP-C and Debi Sampsel, DNP, RNExemplar 11-12 Nursing Academic-Practice

    Partnerships Mary G. Carey, PhD, RN, FAHA, FAANFinancial Disclosures

    Index

    Biography

    Linda A. Roussel, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, CNL, FAAN is a professor at the University of Texas Houston, Cizik School of Nursing. She is a recognized author and editor of several textbooks focused on nursing administration and management, the clinical nurse leader, project management, and evidence-based practice. She is known for her experience with academic–practice partnerships and curricular innovations including the development of the clinical nurse leader and Doctor of Nursing practice programs. An innovative academician, she regularly presents at national and international conferences and consults with nurse leaders in practice and academe. She is a fellow in the American Academy of Nursing and holds board certification in advanced nursing administration and as a clinical nurse leader.

    Patricia L. Thomas, PhD, RN, FAAN, FACHE, FNAP, NEA-BC, ACNS-BC, CNL is the associate dean for Nursing Faculty Affairs and an associate professor at Wayne State University. She is a recognized author and editor of several textbooks focused on nursing administration and management, the clinical nurse leader, proj­ect management, and quality improvement. She has been recognized for her mentorship of nurses in operations from the bedside to the board room and in education across undergraduate, gradu­ate, and doctoral programs. She is a fellow in the American Acad­emy of Nursing and a distinguished fellow in the National Academies of Practice. She has board certifications in health care management, advanced nursing administration, adult health clinical nurse specialist, and clinical nurse leader. Dr. Thomas pre­sents and provides consultation nationally and internationally for nursing leadership, curriculum design, and quality and pro­cess improvement.

    "The book meets implementation science needs of those currently in practice or in educational roles."
    © Doody’s Review Service, 2022, Autumn Leigh Cole, DNP, Winona State University