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    HSRAANZ Webinar Series – Strategies to implement evidence: audit and feedback 27 July at 12pm (GMT+10:00)

    Thursday 27 July 2016 (WA 10am, SA 11.30am, Canberra, Melbourne, Qland, Sydney 12pm, New Zealand 2pm)

    There is no cost to attend the Webinar but registration is essential.

    Please register at: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/136bd981b4099ff74ac87b605f06faf5

    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

    Abstract

    Evidence-based healthcare relies on the use of the best available evidence in healthcare. This often requires a change in the way care is delivered, and change can be difficult. This presentation will describe methods for evidence implementation, with a focus on audit and feedback as a mechanism to change and improve practice. Specifically, this presentation will discuss:

    • An introduction to evidence-based healthcare
    • Current barriers to evidence-based healthcare
    • An introduction to evidence implementation and strategies for implementation
    • An introduction to audit and feedback projects including real world examples

     

    Presenter

    Z Munn profesional pic 2015

    Associate Professor Zachary Munn is the director of the Transfer Science program of the Joanna Briggs Institute: leading the development and coordination of the Institute’s educational courses, the development of systematic review and implementation software tools, and, the promotion and publication of the collaboration’s methodologies. He is the convener of two methodology committees focusing on grading evidence and systematic reviews of prevalence and incidence data. Dr. Munn is the current Chair of the international JBI Scientific Committee. Dr Munn has been involved in the conduct of dozens of systematic reviews and evidence implementation projects. Dr. Munn is a member of the GRADE working group, the Guidelines International Network tech working group, and a member of the Guidelines International Network Australia and New Zealand steering group.

    The Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) is the international not-for-profit, research and development centre within the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Adelaide, South Australia.

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