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Practice-based tools to support evidence-informed decision making

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Presented at the Canadian Public Health Association Centenary Conference Public Health in Canada: Shaping the Future Together, June 16, 2010 …

Presented at the Canadian Public Health Association Centenary Conference Public Health in Canada: Shaping the Future Together, June 16, 2010

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  • 1. Practice-based Tools to Support Evidence-informed Decision Making Paula Robeson, RN, MScN Heather Husson, BA Maureen Dobbins, RN, PhD Kara DeCorby, MSc Lori Greco, MHSc
  • 2. Context • Knowledge brokering in Canadian health units • RCT (2003 -2007) • Case studies (2006/7, 2008/9, 2010-12) • Capacity development • Individual • Team/Division • OrganizationCPHA June 16, 2010HE EIDM Tools
  • 3. Evidence-informed decision makingCPHA June 16, 2010 NCCMT, 2009HE EIDM Tools
  • 4. Organizational barriers • Reinventing the wheel • Workload • Lack of: • Time • EIDM framework/process • resources • communicationCPHA June 16, 2010HE EIDM Tools
  • 5. Capacity developmentCPHA June 16, 2010HE EIDM Tools
  • 6. EIDM ChecklistCPHA June 16, 2010HE EIDM Tools
  • 7. Developing an efficient search strategyCPHA June 16, 2010HE EIDM Tools
  • 8. Levels & sources of ph evidenceCPHA June 16, 2010HE EIDM Tools
  • 9. Resources to guide/track your searchCPHA June 16, 2010HE EIDM Tools
  • 10. Keeping track of search resultsCPHA June 16, 2010HE EIDM Tools
  • 11. Briefing noteCPHA June 16, 2010HE EIDM Tools
  • 12. Improving future decisions: Lessons learnedCPHA June 16, 2010HE EIDM Tools
  • 13. Our FundersCPHA June 16, 2010HE EIDM Tools
  • 14. Additional acknowledgements Health Evidence gratefully acknowledges • study participants in the randomized controlled trial for their participation in developing these tools • Peel Public Health, Communicable Disease Division, for its assistance in field-testing previous versions of many of these toolsCPHA June 16, 2010HE EIDM Tools
  • 15. Contact Information Maureen Dobbins 905 525-9140 ext 22481 dobbinsm@mcmaster.ca Paula Robeson 613 841-7665 probeson@health-evidence.ca General Inquiries info@health-evidence.caCPHA June 16, 2010HE EIDM Tools