Pediatric Special Interest Group
The first meeting of the Improvement Science Research Network’s Pediatric Special Interest Group (SIG) was held at a breakfast meeting during the 2013 Improvement Science Summit.
Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR)
Many organizations struggle with the implementation of known best practices and quality improvement interventions.
Academic-Practice Partnerships: A Backbone for Improvement
The 2010 Institute of Medicine’s Future of Nursing Report generated a sense of urgency to strengthen nursing practice and directed attention to the future of nursing education.
Avoiding Workarounds through Systems Design - Anita Tucker Answers Your Questions
On October 30, 2013, Anita Tucker, ISRN Steering Council member and Associate Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School presented a web seminar titled “Avoiding Work
November TeamSTEPPS Workshop Open for Enrollment
Contributed by Mike Mulcahey, MA, AT/ATC, NREMT, Xavier University Sports Medicine
Improvement Science Summit - A Participants Point of View
Article Contributed by Eileen Engh, MSN, RN-BC, CPN
ISRN Research Associate, STAR-2 study PI and participant ISRN 2013 Improvement Science Summit
ISRN Blog: Member Spotlight Sonya Osborne
Last year, Sonya R. Osborne joined the ISRN Coordinating Center for six weeks as an international visiting scholar.
ISRN Blog : Student Program
“The Summit student program will help create awareness
[of improvement science] in students before they graduate
and enter the workforce.” - Lily Thomas, PhD, RN, Vice President,
System Nursing Research, North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System,
ISRN Steering Council Member
New Video: Accelerating Evidence to Outcomes
The need to disseminate and implement ‘what works’ in healthcare is at an all-time high but there exists a gap in capacity and infrastructure at many hospitals and primary care clinics to seek out best practices through the literature and implement them successfully within their normal care processes. The rate limiting step in implementing healthcare improvement strategies is the speed with which research discoveries are implemented into practice.