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Nursing Journal Club (NJC) for Mental Health Nurses

  1. 1. Nursing Journal Club (NJC) for Mental Health Nurses Liis Cotter, Librarian, AMHS Cork CONUL Teaching and Learning Seminar 2022
  2. 2. Idea & Background  Staff nurses could not attend MDT journal club.  No “tools down” time  4 shifts in one week (acute)  Numerous locations  Covid-19  Needed for Evidence-Based Practice
  3. 3. My homework 1. Talk to staff informally 2. Gather support from management 3. Lit review 4. Contact peers to learn from their experience 5. Baseline survey 6. Choose software
  4. 4. The Team(s) Steering group (“the Team”)  5 meetings to tie ideas to policy and practice Stakeholder group (“the Pilot”)  initial discussions and feedback focus group
  5. 5. Lit Review + Contacts What did I want to find out: What is the best practice? What type of nursing journal clubs are there? How to measure JC’s effectiveness? Challenges and opportunities Contacting peers: HSLG email list UK Knowledge Mobilization Forum
  6. 6. Survey Get baseline & re-run in 18 months!  Staff experience  Interest in NJC  Expectations  What matters?  Barriers
  7. 7. Survey results (64/417) • 80% never taken part of JC • 60% were interested in joining NJC (33% needed more information) • 78% learn about new clinical developments (become more active in collaborative learning, develop leadership and presentation skills, broadening professional networks), 23% interested in obtaining a basic understanding of research (gaining competence in research skills, learn critical appraisal) • 76% safe learning environment & 71% equal access to all nursing staff, 30% be able to participate in the designing and running of the NJC • 73% lack of time, 37% too shy to preset, 20% too nervous to take part in discussions, 10% lack of access to ICT Experience Interest Expectation Importance Barriers
  8. 8. Survey results interpretation So what do we need? • Private online meetings • Multiple options for access and interaction • NJC participants need to be supported re tech and appraisal • Start from zero and learn together
  9. 9. Hybrid JC > Padlet • Mobile app facility to allow more flexible access. • Secure, read/write access, numerous interaction options. • Helps to share articles/presentations, critical appraisal tools, presentations rota, reportin guidelines, guidance videos. • It allows members to watch recorded presentations and leave comments/questions. 1 2
  10. 10. Critical Appraisal Tailored approach Kader Parahoo’s model Purpose: guidance v necessity
  11. 11. So… did it work?! Since Sep 2021: members – 48, sessions - 12, overall participation – 132 The little “wins”: 11 speakers MS Teams Catch-up facility Critical appraisal tool NMBI approval for CEUs Call from prison Challenges: • Securing time for staff nurses in acute setting • Nursing shyness • ICT still a barrier for some • MS Teams (accounts) • Padlet participation record
  12. 12. Literature Aronson, J. K. (2017). Journal Clubs: 2. Why and how to run them and how to publish them. Evidence Based Medicine, 22(6), 232- 234. Deenadayalan, Y., Grimmer-Somers, K., Prior, M., & Kumar, S. (2008). How to run an effective journal club: a systematic review. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 14(5), 898-911. Kaur, M., Sharma, H. B., Kaur, S., Sharma, R., Sharma, R., Kapoor, R., et al. (2020). Comparison of two formats of journal club for postgraduate students at two centers in developing critical appraisal skills. Advances in Physiology Education, 44(4), 592-601. Lehna, C., Berger, J., Truman, A., Goldman, M., & Topp, R. (2010). Virtual Journal Club Connects Evidence to Practice: An Analysis of Participant Responses. JONA: The Journal of Nursing Administration, 40(12). Mcglacken-Byrne, S. M., O'Rahelly, M., Cantillon, P., & Allen, N. M. (2020). Journal club: old tricks and fresh approaches. Archives of disease in childhood - Education & practice edition, 105(4), 236-241. Morrison, K. (2017). Dissecting the literature: the importance of critical appraisal. https://www.rcseng.ac.uk/library-and- publications/library/blog/dissecting-the-literature-the-importance-of-critical-appraisal/ Parahoo, K. (2014). Nursing Research: Principles, Process and Issues. Palgrave Macmillan, London. Rosen, J., & Ryan, M. (2019). A Virtual Nursing Journal Club: Bridging the Gap Between Research Evidence and Clinical Practice. JONA: The Journal of Nursing Administration, 49(12). Shorten, A. (2013). When is evidence too old? https://blogs.bmj.com/ebn/2013/09/26/when-is-the-evidence-too-old/ Stemcell Technologies. Ten Tips for Scientific Journal Clubs: How to Organize, Lead, and Participate Well. https://www.stemcell.com/efficient-research/journal-club
  13. 13. Thank you. Final questions or comments?

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