Fuld Institute for EBP members Lynn Gallagher-Ford and Bern Melnyk will present "Igniting and Sustaining Evidence-Based Practice and Clinician Well-Being to Achieve the Quadruple Aim (AONL Conference)" alongside Kevin Brown and Nancy Houlihan from Memorial Sloane Kettering at the AONL conference in nashville.
This session will share information about human trafficking and help attendees learn how to effectively identify and respond to those at risk and those who have experienced trafficking. After this training, you will be able to:
Describe the types of trafficking in the United States.
Recognize possible indicators of trafficking.
Screen and identify individuals who have experienced trafficking.
Assess the needs of individuals who have experienced trafficking and deliver appropriate services.
Share the importance of trafficking awareness and responsiveness with others in your work environment.
Join our EBP experts as we explore a systematic approach and hands on application for implementation of evidence-based practice in clinical settings.This program will offer continuing nursing education contact hours. Please note there is a required number of participants for this event. If the number is not met, the event may be cancelled or rescheduled.
An introduction to the field of implementation science
Implementation science strategies and application for EBP in healthcare settings
Evaluation and sustainability
Dissemination and recognition Attendees are encouraged to bring specific evidence-based initiatives for application of content to current clinical scenarios and individual consultation.
Tuesday, March 24, 2020 12:30-5 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.
Fuld Institute for EBP 760 Kinnear Road, First floor Columbus, OH 43212