This paper describes the results of the implementation, consolidation and future projection of the Best practice guidelines of the Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO) in clinical and academic scenarios in Santander, Colombia. The tool proposed by the RNAO was used for the implementation of the guidelines in both clinical and academic settings. Preliminary results on the implementation of the guidelines are presented in this paper. In the clinical setting, the implementation of the guidelines has made it possible to start the process of standardizing care across the institution, with systematic follow-up based on indicators. This has allowed decision-making and visualization of the quality of nursing care provided by nurses in their different roles. In the academic scenario, implementing the guidelines has strengthened teaching and research functions, and, to a lesser extent, continuing education and social projection processes. In the consolidation phase, advances were achieved in 10 components, relevant to teachers, students, and practice scenarios of public / private health institutions, users (patients/caregivers), health personnel and other nursing programmes at a national and international level. Implementing the clinical practice guidelines has reduced the gap between the clinical and the academic scenarios, where collaborative and inter-institutional work is enhanced to obtain better patient outcomes, based on the available evidence.
|Título traducido de la contribución||Experience on implementing and consolidating the Best practice guidelines of the Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO) in clinical and academic scenarios in Colombia|
|Número de páginas||10|
|Estado||Publicada - 1 may. 2020|
- Evidence-based nursing
- Patient safety
- Practice guideline