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Summer Institutes on Evidence-Based Quality Improvement 2013
Summer Institutes on Evidence-Based Quality Improvement 2013
Summer Institutes on Evidence-Based Quality Improvement 2013
Summer Institutes on Evidence-Based Quality Improvement 2013
Summer Institutes on Evidence-Based Quality Improvement 2013
Summer Institutes on Evidence-Based Quality Improvement 2013
Summer Institutes on Evidence-Based Quality Improvement 2013
Summer Institutes on Evidence-Based Quality Improvement 2013
Summer Institutes on Evidence-Based Quality Improvement 2013
Summer Institutes on Evidence-Based Quality Improvement 2013
Summer Institutes on Evidence-Based Quality Improvement 2013
Summer Institutes on Evidence-Based Quality Improvement 2013
Summer Institutes on Evidence-Based Quality Improvement 2013
Summer Institutes on Evidence-Based Quality Improvement 2013
Summer Institutes on Evidence-Based Quality Improvement 2013
Summer Institutes on Evidence-Based Quality Improvement 2013
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  • 1. 2013 Grand Hyatt Riverwalk San Antonio, Texas July 9 - 13, 2013 San Antonio, Texas www.ISRN.netwww.ACESTAR.uthscsa.edu Last Updated: 6/13/2013 Summer Institutes on Quality ImprovementA Cluster of Interprofessional Conferences Improvement Science Summit Specialty Workshops Summer Institute on Evidence-Based Practice Practice, Education, Research
  • 2. Summer InstitutesSummer Institutes on Quality Improvement Experience a full immersion in the latest advances in healthcare improvement and take home action plans developed during these highly interactive conferences. 2 Contents Improvement Science Summit | July 9-10, 2013 Specialty Workshops | July 10, 2013 Summer Institute on Evidence-Based Practice | July 11-13, 2013 Student Program Registration Hotel Information General Information 3 8 9 14 16 17 18 For 2013, the University of Texas Health Science Center School of Nursing, the Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice (ACE) and the Improvement Science Research Network (ISRN) combined the Summer Institute on Evidence-Based Practice and the Improvement Science Summit to form the new Summer Institutes on Quality Improvement A Cluster of Interprofessional Conferences At the 2013 Institutes: ◆◆ Apply evidence-based practice to improve care, safety, and patient outcomes. ◆◆ Build capacity to conduct research on improvement and implementation strategies. ◆◆ Drill down with Specialty Workshops on EBP education, TeamSTEPPS Fundamentals® , basics of EBP. Take advantage of these back-to-back conferences and be part of the force that transforms care by moving research From Knowing to Doing. Come and make a difference. Enjoy top-notch professional development in one of America’s top five “city getaways,” San Antonio, Texas! “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” - Goethe A Research Methods Conference
  • 3. Improvement Science SummitImprovement Science Summit A Research Methods Conference This unique specialty research methods conference builds the science foundation for improving healthcare. Experience a full immersion in the latest advances in healthcare improvement research at the 4th Annual Improvement Science Summit. The Improvement Science Summit is the official conference of the Improvement Science Research Network (ISRN). Philosophically aligned with the NIH Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) and dissemination and implementation programs, the goals of the ISRN are to accelerate improvement by conducting interprofessional landmark multi-site studies and to enhance translation of research findings into healthcare. Transforming healthcare through quality improvement and patient safety initiatives is a national priority. Join us for this innovative 1 ½ day conference focused on advancing healthcare improvement. 1. Researchers who seek to conduct improvement studies in a national research network, quality improvement and patient safety professionals, academic scientists and educators. 2. Magnet coordinators responsible for conducting research, quality improvement specialists, patient safety officers, and hospital administrators. 3. Healthcare program evaluators, academic-practice partners in translational science, change champions, and clinicians across various disciplines who evaluate impact of change. July 9-10, 2013 - Transformation through Research Overview Objectives 1. Enhance one’s own capacity to conduct rigorous quality improvement studies. 2. Describe theories, research designs, methods, and resources useful in investigating priority topics in the new field of healthcare improvement. 3. Interface with multiple disciplines to engage in investigative partnerships that maximize efforts in conducting rigorous improvement studies. 4. Organize into national research collaboratives to conduct improvement studies on priority topics. Who Should Attend Participants will have the opportunity to: The Summit is of particular interest to: 3 ISRN Coordinating Center ◆◆Kathleen R. Stevens, RN, EdD, ANEF, FAAN, Professor and Director, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice ◆◆Darpan I. Patel, PhD, Clinical Research Project Manager, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice ◆◆Frank Puga, PhD, Research Scientist, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice ◆◆Braulio Amezaga, BA, Research Area Specialist, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice ◆◆Joan M. Feller, BA, Administrative Assistant Associate, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice ◆◆Jessica Garza, BA,Virtual Communications Specialist, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice ◆◆Kandice M. Hall, Event Planner, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice ◆◆Ellen T. Hanks, MLS, AHIP, Research Area Specialist, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice ◆◆Tiffany N. Luna, BA, Research Assistant, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” - Goethe
  • 4. Improvement Science SummitProgram Schedule July 9-10, 2013 - Transformation through Research Day 1 Tuesday, July 9, 2013 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM On-Site Registration Continental Breakfast 8:00 – 8:15 Transformation Through Research Kathleen R. Stevens, RN, EdD, ANEF, FAAN, Professor and Director, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice, UT Health Science Center San Antonio, TX 8:15 – 9:15 Framework and Theories for Studying Improvement and Implementation Ms. Damschroder will set the stage for attendees at the beginning of the conference by introducing different frameworks and theories for studying improvement research and the new field of implementation science. Laura Damschroder, MS, MPH Co-Implementation Research Coordinator, Diabetes QUERI, Research Investigator, VA HSR&D Center for Practice Management and Outcomes Research, Ann Arbor Veteran Affairs Medical Center Washington, DC 9:15 – 9:45 Research Across the Nation: Attended Poster Presentations and Exhibits 9:45 – 10:50 Evaluating Complex Quality Improvement Studies: Challenges, Solutions and Practical Guidance It is difficult to validate that an improvement change really does improve care and outcomes. When the change is a complex quality and safety improvement (CQSI), involving many changes, the challenge is greater for researchers and improvers. This presentation gives examples of different CQSI changes in one unit, and across a hospital, and of large scale programs and the research methods used in studies to evaluate them. John Øvretveit, BSc (Hons), MPhil, PhD, CPsychol, CSci, MIHM, Director of Research, Professor of Health Innovation Implementation and Evaluation, Medical Management Centre, The Karolinska Institutet, ISRN Steering Council Member Stockholm, Sweden 10:50 – 11:50 Writing Successful Dissemination and Implementation Grants Researchers constantly seek funding to conduct research; however, it is a difficult challenge to prepare a high-quality proposal which demonstrates the capacity to conduct the proposed study. Learn about the important ingredients that are needed to make grant proposals successful. Enola K. Proctor, PhD, Director, Dissemination and Implementation Initiative, and the Frank J. Bruno Professor of Social Work Research and Associate Dean for Facutly, George Warren Brown School of Social Work, Washington University at St. Louis, MO 11:50 – 12:00 Questions and Discussion with Morning Speakers 12:00 – 12:15 Networking Lunch 12:15 – 1:00 Forming Research Collaboratives for Network Studies: Structure and Process This presentation will provide an introduction into the formation of research collaboratives for the conduct of multisite improvement science projects through the ISRN. Linda Flynn, PhD, RN, FAAN, Professor and PhD Program Director, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, College of Nursing Aurora, CO From the ISRN Coordinating Center: Darpan I. Patel, PhD Frank Puga, PhD 1:00 – 2:00 Research Across the Nation: Attended Poster Presentations and Exhibits 4 “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” - Goethe Improvement Science Summit A Research Methods Conference
  • 5. Improvement Science Summit Day 2 Wednesday, July 10, 2013 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM Pediatric Special Interest Group - Open Meeting 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM Doctoral Education for Improvement Science Special Interest Group - Open Meeting Special interest groups are being launched this year to create collaboratives around this specific topic. Attendees of this SIG meeting will work with one another to create research questions, write white papers, and content pertinent to education of improvement science. 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM Continental Breakfast 8:00 – 9:00 Tips for IRB: Is It Research or Quality Improvement? Quality improvement activities can greatly improve patient outcomes and patient safety, but they need to be conducted ethically. Key federal agencies have disagreed about the boundaries of quality improvement and research. Dr. Schmelz will present a practical way to understand the regulatory guidelines that govern QI and research. Joseph Schmelz, PhD, RN, CIP, FAAN, Assistant Vice President of Research Operations, UT Health Science Center San Antonio, TX The conference hosts reserve the right to substitute speakers or cancel and reschedule sessions. 5 July 9-10, 2013 - Transformation through Research Day 1 Continued Tuesday, July 9, 2013 2:00 – 3:00 Intersecting Improvement Science and Health Services Research Improvement science and health services research, while closely related have distinctive characteristics in the types of research that is conducted with the two disciplines. Lisa Simpson, President and CEO of AcademyHealth, will speak to intersecting the two disciplines to improvement healthcare quality. Lisa Simpson, MB, BCh, MPH, FAAP, President and CEO, AcademyHealth, Washington, DC 3:00 – 4:00 Alternatives to Randomized Controlled Trials in Improvement Science Improvement science requires methodologies that go beyond the typical randomized control trial. Learn about alternative methods to RCTs in improvement science and the strengths, weaknesses, and barriers to implementing these different methods. Alexander Young, MD, MSHS, Professor, UCLA Department of Psychiatry, Associate Director, Los Angeles VA HSR&D Center of Excellence, Director, Health Services, Los Angeles VA Mental Illness Research, Education, and Clinical Center Los Angeles, CA 4:00 – 5:00 Research Across the Nation: Attended Poster Presentations and Exhibits 5:00 – 6:30 Student Roundtable with Summit Experts – Student Program This roundtable discussion is open to undergraduate and graduate students to interact with experts in the field of Improvement Science. Students will have the opportunity to speak with invited professionals from the healthcare industry and academia who are experts in the field of improvement science research. This is a great opportunity for students to meet other students, build collaborations, and learn from work that others are doing. 5:00 – 6:30 ISRN Network Study: STAR-2 Research Collaborative Meeting - Invitational 5:00 – 6:30 ISRN Network Study: Medication Errors Research Collaborative Meeting - Invitational “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” - Goethe Program ScheduleImprovement Science Summit A Research Methods Conference The Summit was by-far the best conference I attended this year and truly offered maximum return-on-investment. “
  • 6. 6The conference hosts reserve the right to substitute speakers or cancel and reschedule sessions. Improvement Science Summit Day 2 Continued Wednesday, July 10, 2013 July 9-10, 2013 - Transformation through Research 9:00 – 10:00 Studying Improvements: The Value of Academic-Practice Partnerships Academic-practice partnerships are a way to advance improvement research that is beneficial to both the hospital and the patient. Such relationships are based on a shared mental model and mutual respect between the academic researcher and the practicing clinician. This presentation will center on the importance of this partnership in conducting improvement research and the mutual benefits that arise from working in an academic-practice partnership. Practice Partner: Lisa Mestas, RN, BAS, MSN, CNOR, Assistant Administrator of Clinical Services and Chief Nursing Officer, University of South Alabama Medical Center Mobile, AL Academic Partner: Wilson Pace, MD, FAAFP, Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Colorado, Denver, the Green-Edelman Chair for Practice-based Research, and Director, American Academy of Family Physicians National Research Network, ISRN Steering Council Member 10:00 – 10:15 Break and Exhibits 10:15 – 11:15 Delivery Systems Science: Interprofessional Initiatives The most important environment for interprofessional collaboration is a complex adaptive system (i.e., the hospital).To improve our care delivery system, we must breakdown the silos that separate us and build an interprofessional working relationship to successfully and safely change practice to improve care and outcomes. Alexander Ommaya, DSc Senior Director, Clinical Effectiveness and Implementation Research, Association of American Medical Colleges Washington, DC “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” - Goethe 11:15 – 11:30 Break and Exhibits 11:30 – 12:30 Organizing ISRN Research Collaboratives (Concurrent Sessions) Get in on the ground floor of the next ISRN Research Collaboratives. All three of these Network Principal Investigators will briefly present study results from the descriptive studies previously conducted and outline the methodology for the intervention studies that will quickly launch in the latter part of 2013. If you are interested in more than one study, a sign-up sheet will be available for you to receive more information on the studies in which you are interested. ISRN Network Study: STAR 2+ - Frontline Engagement in Quality Improvement Network Study PI: Robert L. Ferrer, MD, MPH, Professor and Chair for Research, Family and Community Medicine, UT Health Science Center San Antonio, TX ISRN Coordinating Center Staff: Frank Puga, PhD ISRN Network Study: Cognitive Load and Medication Errors Network Study PI: Practice Partner Lily Thomas, PhD, RN, Vice President of System Nursing Research, North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System New Hyde Park, NY Network Study PI: Academic Partner Patricia Donohue-Porter, PhD, RN, Associate Professor and Director of the PhD Program, Nursing Adelphi University Garden City, NY ISRN Coordinating Center Staff: Darpan I. Patel, PhD ISRN Network Study: Impact of TeamSTEPPS® Adoption Network Study PI: Kathleen R. Stevens, RN, EdD, ANEF, FAAN ISRN Coordinating Center Staff: Braulio Amezaga, BA, Research Area Specialist, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice, UT Health Science Center San Antonio, TX 12:30 – 12:45 Break and Exhibits 12:45 – 1:00 Summary and Closing Kathleen R. Stevens, RN, EdD, ANEF, FAAN a. b. c. Program ScheduleImprovement Science Summit A Research Methods Conference
  • 7. Improvement Science SummitISRN Steering Council ISRN Steering Council ◆◆Sarah Humme, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, Chief Nursing Officer/Chief Operating Officer, Southwest General Hospital ◆◆Rosemary Kennedy, RN, MBA, FAAN, Senior Director, Nursing and Healthcare, Informatics National Quality Forum ◆◆Heidi King, MS, FACHE, BCC, CMC, CPPS, Director, DoD Patient Safety Program, Lead Architect, TeamSTEPPS®, TRICARE Management Activity ◆◆Vivian Low, MPH, RN-BC, FPCNA Chair, Nursing Research Council, El Camino Hospital, Manager, Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Wellness Center, Norma Melchor Heart & Vascular Institute, El Camino Hospital ◆◆Gail Mallory, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, Directory of Research, Oncology Nursing Society ◆◆Jack Needleman, PhD, FAAN, Professor and Director, Health Services PhD and MSHS Programs, University of California Los Angeles School of Public Health, Department of Health Services ◆◆John Øvretveit, BSC (HONS), MPHIL, PhD, CPSYCHOL, CSCI, MIHM, Director of Research, Professor of Health Improvement, Implementation and Evaluation, Medical Management Centre, The Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm ◆◆Wilson Pace, MD, FAAFP, Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Colorado, Denver, the Green-Edelman Chair for Practice-based Research, and the Director of the American Academy of Family Physicians National Research Network ◆◆Cathy Rick, RN, PhD(h), NEA-BC, FACHE, FAAN, Chief Nursing Officer, Department of Veterans Affairs ◆◆Mary L. Salisbury, MSN, RN, President, The Cedar Institute, Inc., Subcontractor, DoD Patient Safety Program ◆◆Lily Thomas, PhD, RN, Vice President, System Nursing Research, North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System ◆◆Sallie Weaver, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesiology & Critical Care Medicine, and Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety & Quality, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” - Goethe
  • 8. Specialty WorkshopsSpecialty Workshops This acclaimed workshop for educators examines teaching-learning strategies, competencies, and interdisciplinary efforts in evidence- based quality and patient safety education. The workshop explores EBP resources, trends, and issues related to preparation of the workforce to be a vital part of healthcare improvement. Educators’ EBP Workshop® TeamSTEPPS® FundamentalsWorkshop This pre conference provides an introduction to the standardized federal program for healthcare team training, Team Strategies and Tools to Enhance Performance and Patient Safety (TeamSTEPPS® ), which optimizes team performance, resolving the communication breakdowns that are major contributors to sentinel events. 7:15 AM – 8:00 AM Registration Continental Breakfast 8:00 –12:00 PM Workshop 12:00 –1:00 Lunch 1:00 –2:45 Workshop 2:45 – 4:00 Attended Poster Session: Teaching Strategies from Across the Nation The conference hosts reserve the right to substitute speakers or cancel and reschedule sessions. Wednesday, July 10, 2013 8 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Registration 3:00 – 3:15 Welcome 3:15 – 3:45 Module 1 - Introduction 3:45 – 4:15 Module 2 - Team Structure 4:15 – 4:30 Break 4:30 – 5:00 Module 3 - Leadership 5:00 – 5:30 Module 4 - Situation Monitoring 5:30 – 6:00 Module 5 - Mutual Support 6:00 – 6:15 Break 6:15 – 6:45 Module 6 - Communication 6:45 – 7:00 Module 7 - Summary & Putting It All Together Highly recommended for those new to the Summer Institute on EBP. The Institute is organized around the ACE Star Model of Knowledge Transformation that is introduced during this pre conference. This content is covered in-depth only in this session – a perfect place for your EBP Team to begin building toward employing EBP! Essential Elements Workshop: An Introduction to Evidence-Based Practice 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Registration 3:00 PM – 3:15 PM Overview and Objectives 3:15 – 4:30 Workshop 4:30 – 4:45 Break 4:45 – 6:00 Workshop Best conference I have attended in the past decade. Personal interaction with renowned experts heightened my experience. “ “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” - Goethe Interprofessional Education for Interprofessional Care
  • 9. Summer InstituteSummer Institute on Evidence-Based Practice July 11-13, 2013 - From Knowing to Doing In its 12th year, this Institute builds capacity for healthcare providers to actively shape the future of quality and safety in healthcare through translating evidence into practice. Join frontline leaders, midlevel managers, top directors, educators, and scientists from multiple disciplines to share information on informing improvement with evidence, employing improvement strategies, and leading improvement at every level. Because frontline and evidence are powerful drivers in building quality and safety, we look at ‘what it takes’ to move healthcare to a high level of quality and safety. In each discussion, effective strategies are underscored with evidence. Take home expert advice on cutting edge approaches that leverage evidence, organizational climate, and clinician vitality. This all-new conference explores best approaches to accelerate change and adoption with actionable information. 1. Clinicians, nurses, physicians, advanced practice nurses, pharmacists, librarians, all health professionals who wish to use evidence in practice. 2. Researchers who develop healthcare science in various disciplines. 3. Educators who prepare health professionals including nurses, physicians, pharmacists, dentists, and all health clinicians for implementing quality care. 4. Administrators and managers who shape healthcare services through improvement innovation. Overview Objectives 1. Analyze successful improvement strategies in terms of underlying evidence, principles, and resulting impact on excellence. 2. Develop strategies to hasten adoption of improvement strategies using evidence-based and newly created improvement resources. 3. Balance complex demands of accelerating adoption of change, system realities, and care provider individual capacity. 4. Apply evidence such as systematic reviews, clinical practice guidelines, and EBP toolkits, for evidence-based quality improvement safety. 5. Acquire competencies needed in the healthcare workforce for expanded roles in evidence-based safety and quality improvement. 6. Design a plan to evaluate impact of evidence-based practice on patient safety and outcomes in priority health issues. Who Should Attend Participants will have the opportunity to: This Institute is of particular interest to: Absolutely the best EBP conference! Re-energized my thought processes and equipped me to transform my institution. “ ” 9 The program was a highly effective and enjoyable educational experience. Posters were excellent. Loved the networking during poster viewing time and lunch! “ “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” - Goethe
  • 10. Summer InstituteSummer Institute on Evidence-Based Practice Program Schedule 1:30 – 4:15 PANEL: Improving Our Work IS Our Work: Three Turn-Key Improvements from RWJF Interdisciplinary Nursing Quality Research Initiative (INQRI) A panel of investigators from the cutting-edge Interdisciplinary Nursing Quality Research Initiative (INQRI), of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, highlights results from their studies of improvement strategies and suggests implementation action. Sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Interdisciplinary Nursing Quality Research Initiative (INQRI) program. Moderator: Robert L. Ferrer, MD, MPH, Professor and Chair for Research, Family and Community Medicine, UT Health Science Center San Antonio, TX Panelists: Mark Pauly, PhD, Bendheim Professor, Professor of Health Care Management, Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy, Wharton University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA Jill Marsteller, PhD, MPP, Associate Professor, Helath Policy and Management, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Baltimore, MD Cynthia Corbett, PhD, MSN, Interim Associate Dean for Research, College of Nursing, Washington State University Spokane, WA Barbara Resnick, PhD, RN, CRNP, FAAN, FAANP, Professor, University of Maryland School of Nursing Baltimore, MD 4:15 – 5:45 Reception, EBP Across the Nation: Meet the Authors, Attended Poster Presentations and Exhibits July 11-13, 2013 - From Knowing to Doing 7:15 AM – 8:15 AM On-Site Registration Continental Breakfast 8:15 – 8:45 From Knowing to Doing Kathleen R. Stevens, RN, EdD, ANEF, FAAN, Professor and Director, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice, UT Health Science Center San Antonio, TX 8:45 – 9:45 KEYNOTE: Innovating on the Edge of Knowledge: A Walk on the Moon Charles Duke, Jr., PhD (Hon), Astronaut and President, Charlie Duke Enterprises, Co-Author: “Moonwalker” New Braunfels, TX 9:45 – 10:15 EBP Across the Nation: Meet the Authors, Attended Poster Presentations and Exhibits 10:15 – 11:15 Lessons from Adoption: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly Rick Rader, MD, Director, Morton J. Kent Habilitation Center, Orange Grove Center, AHRQ Health Care Innovations Exchange Editorial Board Chattanooga, TN 11:15 – 12:00 Action Viewpoint Kathleen R. Stevens, RN, EdD, ANEF, FAAN 12:00 – 12:30 Networking Lunch 12:30 – 1:30 EBP Across the Nation: Meet the Authors, Attended Poster Presentations and Exhibits Day 1 Thursday, July 11, 2013 10 Another fabulous trend-setting program! Well organized. Pertinent to practice. Great Speakers. “ ” “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” - Goethe
  • 11. Summer InstituteSummer Institute on Evidence-Based Practice Program Schedule 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM EBP Across the Nation: Attended Poster Presentations, Continental Breakfast, and Exhibits 8:00 – 8:15 Overview of the Day Robert L. Ferrer, MD, MPH 8:15 – 9:30 KEYNOTE: Wisdom from a Lifetime of Quality Improvement Kenneth Shine, MD, Executive Vice Chancellor, The University of Texas System and Past President of Institute of Medicine Austin, Texas 9:30 – 10:00 EBP Across the Nation: Attended Poster Presentations and Exhibits 10:00 – 11:00 Creating a Climate for Safety and Quality Jane Englebright, PhD, RN, Chief Nursing Officer, Patient Safety Officer, and Vice President, Clinical Service Group, Hospital Corporation of America Nashville, TN 11:00 – 12:00 Improving Health Care Delivery John Bingham, MHA, Vice President, Performance Improvement and Chief Quality Officer, MD Anderson Cancer Center Houston, TX 12:00 – 12:15 Networking Lunch 12:15 – 1:00 Influencing for Spread: Micro Presentations for Macro Impact (Winning Abstract Presentations) 1:00 – 2:00 EBP Across the Nation: Meet the Author, Attended Poster Presentations and Exhibits Day 3 Saturday, July 13, 2013 7:00 – 8:00 AM Continental Breakfast 8:00 – 8:15 Overview of the Day Debra L. Fraley, MSN, RN, CCRN, CCNS, Nurse Educator/Clinical Nurse Specialist, Surgical Critical Care, University Hospital San Antonio, Texas The conference hosts reserve the right to substitute speakers or cancel and reschedule sessions. 11 July 11-13, 2013 - From Knowing to Doing 2:00 – 3:00 Patient-Centered Redesign: Making it Happen with Evidence Susan Frampton, PhD, President, Planetree Derby, CT 3:00 – 3:45 Action Viewpoint Laura Batz Townsend, Founder, Louise H. Batz Patient Safety Foundation Austin, Texas 3:45 – 4:00 EBP Across the Nation: Attended Poster Presentations and Exhibits 4:00 – 5:00 Thinking Hard about Just Culture and Human Error Scott Griffith, President, Outcome Engenuity Plano, TX 5:00 – 6:00 EBP Across the Nation: Meet the Author, Attended Poster Presentations and Exhibits 5:30 – 7:00 Student Round Table with EBP Experts - Student Program Evening Networking Groups - Self directed Evidence-Based Adventures in San Antonio - on your own “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” - Goethe Day 2 Friday, July 12, 2013 GO WESTERN DAY – Hats, boots, badges, are welcome
  • 12. Summer InstituteSummer Institute on Evidence-Based Practice Program Schedule July 11-13, 2013 - From Knowing to Doing 8:15 – 9:15 System Change: Innovate, Implement, and Improve Paul Plsek, MS, Author and Developer, Directed Creativity, Paul E. Plsek & Associates, Inc. Roswell, GA 9:15 – 9:30 Break 9:30 – 10:45 Acting on the Evidence (Concurrent Sessions) Clinician’s Circle for Action: Disclosing Unintended Medical Outcomes and Errors Robert J. Nolan, Jr., MD, Professor, Pediatrics, School of Medicine, UT Health Science Center San Antonio, TX Manager’s Circle for Action Tim Barker MD, Family & Community Medicine, UT Health Science Center San Antonio San Antonio, TX Educator’s Circle for Action: Mapping Quality and Patient Safety Competencies and Content to the Curriculum Using Dimensional Analysis Linda Porter-Wenzlaff, PhD, RN, LPC, MSN, MA, CENP, NEA-BC, CNE, SSBB, NCC, Clinical Associate Professor, Distinguished Teaching Professor, UT Health Science Center San Antonio, TX Researcher’s Circle for Action: Luci Leykum, MD, South Texas Veterans Health Care System, Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, School of Medicine, UT Health Science Center San Antonio, TX 10:45 – 11:00 Break 11:00 – 12:00 Developing a Patient-Centered Approach to Handoffs: Lessons Learned in Developing and Implementing an “Always Event” Mary Ann Friesen, PhD, RN, CPHQ, Nursing Research Coordinator, Inova Falls Church, VA 12:00 – 12:30 Summary and Evaluation Kathleen R. Stevens, RN, EdD, ANEF, FAAN Day 3 Continued Saturday, July 13, 2013 The conference hosts reserve the right to substitute speakers or cancel and reschedule sessions. 12 a. b. c. d. “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” - Goethe Our Slogan: “…to the best of our knowledge” The curriculum of the Summer Institute on EBP is organized around the ACE Star Model of Knowledge Transformation (Stevens, 2004). The model depicts relationships between various forms of knowledge, as newly discovered research evidence is moved through several stages and into practice. This model is easily communicated and clearly conveys the essence of evidence- based practice. It melds into a whole, established concepts and new concepts of improving care, providing a framework for systematically putting EBP processes into operation. Configured as a simple 5-point star, the model illustrates five major stages of knowledge transformation: 1) discovery research, 2) evidence summary, 3) translation to guidelines, 4) practice integration, 5) process, outcome evaluation. Evidence-based processes and methods vary from one point of the star to the next. The ACE Star Model places previous scientific work on research utilization within the context of EBP and serves as an organizer for examining and applying EBP. The model is developed through the Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice (ACE). ACE was established as a center of excellence for UT Health Science Center San Antonio School of Nursing in January 2000. It is dedicated to bridging research into practice. The goal of ACE is to improve healthcare and patient outcomes through evidence-based practice, research, and education. This work is done through collaboration with other evidence-based practice entities within the UT Health Science Center Clinical and Translational Science Program. © 2012 Stevens Contact ACESTAR@uthscsa.edu for permission to reproduce. ACE Star Model of Knowledge Transformation
  • 13. Summer InstituteProgram Committee Members ◆◆Braulio Amezaga, BA, Research Area Specialist, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice, UT Health Science Center San Antonio ◆◆Anna Astalas, RN, MPA, CPHQ, Quality Improvement Consultant, Learning & Action Network (LAN) Specialist, TMF Health Quality Institute ◆◆Joan M. Feller, BA, Administrative Assistant Associate, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice, UT Health Science Center San Antonio ◆◆Jessica Garza, BA, Virtual Communications Specialist, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice, UT Health Science Center San Antonio ◆◆Leslie R. Goddard, PhD, RN, CNRN, Clinical Nurse Specialist/ Educator, Neuroscience, Methodist Hospital ◆◆Kandice M. Hall, Event Planner, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice, UT Health Science Center San Antonio ◆◆Ellen T. Hanks, MLS, AHIP, Research Area Specialist, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice, UT Health Science Center San Antonio ◆◆Cherri A. Hicks, MSN, APRN, CNS-P, Assistant Professor Clinical, UT Health Science Center San Antonio ◆◆Danet Lapiz-Bluhm, PHD, Assistant Professor, Family and community Health Systems, UT Health Science Center San Antonio ◆◆Luci K. Leykum, MD, MBA, MSc, South Texas Veterans Health Care System, Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, School of Medicine, UT Health Science Center San Antonio ◆◆Tiffany N. Luna, BA, Research Assistant, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice, UT Health Science Center San Antonio ◆◆Laura R. Muñoz, PhD, RNC, NNP, Associate Professor, Ila Faye Miller School of Nursing and Health Professions, University of the Incarnate Word ◆◆Darpan I. Patel, PhD, Clinical Research Project Manager, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice, UT Health Science Center San Antonio ◆◆Frank Puga, PhD, Research Scientist, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice, UT Health Science Center San Antonio ◆◆Rick Rader, MD, Director, Morton J. Kent Habilitation Center, Orange Grove Center, Board, American Academy of Developmental Medicine and Dentistry, Board, American Association on Health and Disability, AHRQ Health Care Innovations Exchange Editorial Board, Emeritus Advisor to AHRQ ◆◆Janis Rice, MSN, RN, CNS-CC, Clinical Associate Professor, Health Restoration and Care Systems Management, UT Health Science Center San Antonio ◆◆Linda Roussel, DSN, RN, NEA-BC, CNL, Professor, Faculty, Nursing & Health Systems Administration, Clinical Nurse Leader, Department of Community Health, Outcomes and Systems, University of Alabama Kathleen R. Stevens, RN, EdD, ANEF, FAAN, Professor and Director, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice, UT Health Science Center San Antonio Program Committee Co-Chairs Robert L. Ferrer, MD, MPH, Professor and Chair for Research, Family & Community Medicine, UT Health Science Center San Antonio Debra L. Fraley, MSN, RN, CCRN, CCNS, Nurse Educator/ Clinical Nurse Specialist, Surgical Critical Care, University Hospital 13 Gary L. Schofield, RN, MSN, Nurse Educator, Brooke Army Medical Center “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” - Goethe
  • 14. 14 Summer Institutes Student Program Student Program Interact with the national experts in our special Student Program in conjunction with the Summer Institutes on Quality Improvement, held at the Grand Hyatt Riverwalk, San Antonio, Texas. The student program is administered through the Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice of the University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio School of Nursing and guided by the interprofessional Program Committee. Overview Student Program Schedule Summit Students are required to attend the session below. Tuesday, July 9, 2013 5:00pm - 6:30pm Student Roundtable with Summit Experts – Student Program This roundtable discussion is open to undergraduate and graduate students to interact with experts in the field of Improvement Science. Students will have the opportunity to meet invited professionals from the healthcare industry and academia who are experts in the field of improvement science research. This is a great opportunity for students to meet other students, build collaborations, and learn from work that others are doing. Summer Institute on EBP Students are required to attend the session below. Friday, July 12, 2013 5:30pm - 7:00pm Student Roundtable with EBP Experts – Student Program This roundtable discussion is open to undergraduate and graduate students to interact with EBP experts. Students will have the opportunity to meet invited professionals from the healthcare industry and academia who are experts in the field of evidence-based practice. During conference presentations, students will sit in a designated reserved area to be recognized. • Students are invited to showcase their projects by submitting an abstract for consideration. • Deadline: Monday, April 30, 2013 • Upon abstract acceptance, students will receive a letter indicating the date of their poster presentation session. Affirmation of participation is required. • Participation in the Student Program implies that students will comment on their experiences in writing for the purpose of program evaluation; information will be provided anonymously and reported only in aggregate. Student Posters • What obstacles, if any, did you face in conducting your project and how did you overcome them? • What do you see as the improvement discovery? • Along what course do you see your project progressing in the near and far (3 years) future? • How do you think this will impact health care? • How would you address any limitations? • How can your work foster interprofessional collaboration? Potential Questions for Student Roundtable Student Registration Fees Session / Date Student Rate Student Rate On-Site Improvement Science Summit July 9-10, 2013 Includes ISRN Membership $285 $385 Summer Institute on EBP* July 11-13, 2013 $425 $525 *Registration for Summer Institute does not include ISRN Membership. An ISRN membership is available at the regular student rate of $100. Click Here to Join the ISRN. • Students are requested to document full-time enrollment to be eligible for discounted conference registration. Documentation is requested in the form of a letter on your school’s letterhead co-signed by student and advisor to be uploaded during the registration process. Please include the following details in the letter: home school, major, level of program (e.g., graduate), current course load, stage in academic career, school advisor’s name, title, and contact information. • For further information about criteria and registration, contact Kandice Hall, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice, at: HallKM@uthscsa.edu or call 210.567.1486. Qualifying for Student Registration • The student’s registration will be confirmed upon receipt of payment and the documenting letter (see previous section on Qualifying for Student Registration). • If documentation is not received, the individual rate will apply. To Register as a Student “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” - Goethe Click Here to Register
  • 15. Summer InstitutesSponsors & Exhibitors 15 For more than 45 years Methodist Healthcare has provided high quality care to patients from San Antonio, its 26 surrounding counties and from around the world. Methodist Healthcare is recognized as the most respected and preferred healthcare provider in San Antonio because of our outstanding team of nurses, medical professionals and physicians. More San Antonians turn to Methodist than any other hospital or system. Sponsors Exhibitors Laura Charlton Designs Exuberant Jewelry For Casual Lifestyles Tulips Original Jewelry Designs and more!!!! “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” - Goethe The primary goal of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Interdisciplinary Nursing Quality Research Initiative (INQRI) is to generate, disseminate and translate research to understand how nurses contribute to and can improve the quality of patient care. The program, led by Mary Naylor, PhD, RN, FAAN, and Mark Pauly, PhD, of the University of Pennsylvania, in partnership with Lori Melichar, PhD, and her colleagues at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, supports interdisciplinary teams of nurse scholars and scholars from other disciplines to address the gaps in knowledge about the relationship between nursing and health care quality. For more information visit www.inqri.org. Interdisciplinary Nursing Quality Research Initiative (INQRI)
  • 16. Summer Institutes Registration 1. Click the register button on the left to begin the registration process. 2. Complete online registration form and submit payment via VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, check or money order. Confirmation will be sent via email. Registration is Available Online or On-Site Only Register and make your hotel reservations online — quick and easy! Contact: Kandice Hall Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice UT Health Science Center San Antonio School of Nursing (210) 567 - 1486 | HallKM@uthscsa.edu Registration Questions: General Questions: (210) 567 - 1480 | ACESTAR@uthscsa.edu | www.ACESTAR.uthscsa.edu * fees include noon meals and refreshments ** Student rate for the Improvement Science Summit includes membership to the Improvement Science Research Network Student Rate: Registration Information: 16 Session / Date Registration Fees* Register by May 20 Register by June 24 Register On-Site Student Rate Student Rate On-Site Improvement Science Summit July 9-10, 2013 $520 $550 $650 $285** $385 Improvement Science Summit July 9-10, 2013 Plus an ISRN Membership $620 $650 $750 -- -- Educators’ EBP Workshop® July 10, 2013 $330 $330 $430 -- -- TeamSTEPPS® Fundamentals July 10, 2013 $180 $180 $280 -- -- Basics of EBP July 10, 2013 $150 $150 $250 -- -- Summer Institute on EBP July 11-13, 2013 $825 $860 $960 $425 $525 Summer Institute on EBP July 11-13, 2013 Plus an ISRN Membership $925 $960 $1,060 -- -- “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” - Goethe Register Now! Click Here to
  • 17. Summer InstitutesConference Hotel Information Grand Hyatt Riverwalk 600 E. Market Street San Antonio, TX 78205 (210) 224-1234 or (888) 421-1442 Discover a San Antonio luxury hotel on the famous Riverwalk, offering an exciting blend of modernism and historic culture. With a dramatic design that exemplifies this unique city, Grand Hyatt Riverwalk offers warm hospitality, bold colors and exceptional touches creating a luxury San Antonio Riverwalk hotel that is perfect for every guest and every conference. In a blend of new and old this urban retreat has a premier location adjacent to HemisFair Park and the Riverwalk. The outstanding amenities and unprecedented services will make your experience at this luxurious San Antonio,Texas Riverwalk hotel extraordinary. A special room rate of $149 (plus tax) single/double, is guaranteed for reservations made by June 17, 2013 or until the room block is filled. Reservation requests after this date will be accepted on a space-available and rate-available basis. Make your reservation today. To book a room CLICK HERE or call 1-888-421-1442 and identify yourself as a participant in the 2013 Summer Institutes on Quality Improvement. All individual cancellations must be made by 72 hours prior to arrival. Guests will be billed for the first night’s room and tax should they fail to cancel their reservation 72 hours prior to arrival. Book early to assure a room at the hotel. IMPROVEMENT SCIENCE SUMMIT ATTENDEES Receive a $50.00 ISRN Membership discount when you book your room at the Grand Hyatt by June 17, 2013! Please note: Hotel confirmation number required to receive discount. SUMMER INSTITUTE ATTENDEES Receive a $50.00 conference registration discount when you book your room at the Grand Hyatt by June 17, 2013! Please note: Hotel confirmation number required to receive discount. Special Accommodations All facilities are accessible to persons with disabilities. Any requests for special room arrangements must be made at the time of the room booking. If you have special needs related to meals, please contact University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice in writing at least two weeks prior to the meeting. in San Antonio JulyJuly is beautiful in San Antonio and the Riverwalk provides a cool, shady retreat. Just a few blocks away is Alamo Plaza, River Center Mall and the Alamo. Scheduled sightseeing tours leave daily from Alamo Plaza. The Alamo Trolley offers a historic tour and an uptown tour. Evening walking tours are also available. Take time to visit the Alamo or the IMAX Theatre. Cruise down the beautiful Riverwalk on a barge, take a leisurely stroll through HemisFair Park to the Institute of Texan Cultures or explore the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, enjoying the splendid fountains along the way. Spend time at Market Square for a taste of old Mexico, offering more than 50 specialty shops and a variety of food. Browse La Villita, San Antonio’s oldest surviving settlement, dating from the 1750s, to view the artists and craftsmen, shops, and restaurants. The Majestic Theater, home to the San Antonio Symphony and the downtown theatre district, offers concerts, symphony, opera, Broadway Musicals and live theater in a restored historic landmark. 17Information about past and future Institutes is available on the web site http://www.ACESTAR.uthscsa.edu. “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” - Goethe Click Here to Book a Room
  • 18. Summer Institutes Information Nursing contact hours have been applied for through the Texas Nurses Association, an accredited approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Accreditation UT Health Science Center Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice reserves the right to limit enrollment or to cancel any course no less than one week prior to the activity. Should circumstances make this necessary, only registered attendees will be informed. In this event, tuition would be refunded in full. You are encouraged to send a substitute if you are unable to attend, once registered. Cancellations must be received in writing and postmarked or emailed no later than June 24, 2013 at 5:00 PM CST. The registration fee will be refunded, minus a $100 administrative fee if notice is received by June 24, 2013. After June 24, 2013 there will be no refund of registration fees. Registration fees will be refunded after the conference. The conference hosts reserve the right to substitute speakers or cancel and reschedule sessions. For additional information, contact the Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice (ACE) by phone at (210) 567-1480 or by email acestar@uthscsa.edu. Group Discount Available Registration Confirmation If your registration is submitted by June 24, 2013, confirmation of registration will be emailed to you once actual payment has been received. For those that registered on or before June 24, 2013 and did not receive a confirmation, please email inquiries to HallKM@uthscsa.edu. If you do not register by June 24, 2013, contact 210-567-1480 to inquire about space availability for the conference. You are responsible for ensuring that your registration has been received. Refunds and Cancellation Policy Program Contact Hours Improvement Science Summit earn up to TBD contact hours Specialty Pre Conferences earn up to TBD contact hours Summer Institute on Evidence-Based Practice earn up to TBD contact hours The Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice reserves exclusive right to record (audio and video) and/or photograph all conference proceedings for use in marketing materials, presentations, and course content sales. Recording and Photography Clause 18 Resources Available: Essential Competencies for Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing Second Edition, © 2009 Building Successful Research Collaboratives for Healthcare Improvement ©Stevens, Puga, Patel 2012 Visit the websites for more information www.ACESTAR.uthscsa.edu and www.ISRN.net (Available for Summer Institute Only) Group rates are available for four or more participants representing the same organization. • Four (4) or more participants from the same organization/agency will receive a 5% discount per person on registration fees. • Each member of a group must register at the same time under one registration and specify the group name. • A $25.00 fee will be added to your registration if you cancel your individual registration and change it to a group registration. NOTE: You must register the group under one registration to receive the group discount. Individual registrants will not receive the group discount and will be charged a $25.00 fee to cancel and add into a group registration. You may take advantage of only one discount per registration. If you choose to take the group discount then the discount for staying at the hotel will not apply. “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” - Goethe

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