New Evidence-Based Guide

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The newly-published 62-page book, Building Successful Research Collaboratives for Healthcare Improvement is an
evidence-based guide based on best practices for research collaboration in investigative teams. Transdisciplinary collaboration is essential in improvement science because the study of improvement in complex adaptive systems goes beyond the realm of a single investigator.

The topics presented in this guide are drawn from the science of Team Science and extended to collaborative research. Evidence shows that team-based science generates better results, including increased innovation and advances in knowledge.

This guide will build your investigative team’s capacity for collaboration and ensure successful work in team-based improvement research. The processes and tools in Research Collaboratives were tested by members of the Improvement Science Research Network (ISRN) during national, multi-site improvement research projects.

Through this guide, you will be introduced to effective strategies for team formation, leadership, conflict management, and virtual collaboration.

 

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Free Web Seminar:

Who's Transforming Healthcare on Metrics That Matter?

April 5, 2016

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Presenters:

Miriam Bender, PhD, RN, University of California Irvine

Linda Roussel, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, CNL, The University of Alabama at Birmingham

Marjory (Micki) Williams, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, Central Texas Veterans Health Care System, Temple, Texas

Web Seminar Series:

Wrestling Readmissions to the Mat: Evidence and Efforts
 
Part 3: November 18, 2015
 
What Works in Readmissions Reduction: How Hospitals Have Improved Performance
 
Amanda Brewster, PhD
Yale Global Health Leadership Institute
 
 
Part 2: August 13, 2015
 
Discharge Readiness as a Nurse Sensitive Indicator
 
Kathleen Bobay, PhD, RN, NEA-BC
Marquette University, College of Nursing
 
 
Part 1: June 10, 2015
 
Project C.A.R.E.
 
Gulsham Sharma, MD
UTMB Galveston
 

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