1) To ensure timely dissemination of new guidance 2) To develop and maintain an accurate recording system 3) To ensure clinical audit evidence of compliance Reasons for implementing your project The original system was that NICE TAs and CGs were assessed and discussed at Medicines Management Group and assigned a clinical lead where appropriate. Nursing Times; 104: 2, 37-38. About the Centre for Reviews and Dissemination, University of York, UK The Centre for Reviews and Dissemination (CRD) specialises in evidence synthesis, assembling and evaluating data from multiple research studies to generate robust evidence to inform health policy and practice. Hunt (1984) proposed that nurses may experience specific difficulties when attempting to make use of research findings in practice. Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation; 14: 3, 67-79. Every patient should have the opportunity to take part in research, as both patients and the NHS as a whole benefit from cutting edge treatments, technologies and processes (NHS England, 2017). Addressing deficiencies in the dissemination and transfer of research-based knowledge into routine clinical practice is high on the policy agenda both in the UK and internationally. How to disseminate your research: Getting your message heard - and used This guide is for researchers who are applying for funding or have research in progress. Different professional groups across the NHS receive different levels of research education during their training. Chapter 9 Dissemination to clinicians, NHS managers and patients Throughout the project we presented our findings to a local group of health-care professionals working in fracture prevention services in the South Central region [the ‘FRISCy (Fracture Reduction in South Central PolicY) network’]. Research activity is increasingly a core business for the NHS. Journal of Clinical Nursing; 18: 8, 1085-1095. This site uses session cookies and persistent cookies to improve the content and structure of the site. Health research must be informative, accessible and relevant to the public, patients, clinicians, health professionals, researchers, policy makers and health service managers. Effective dissemination is simply about getting the findings of your research to the people who can make use of them, to maximise the benefit of the research without delay. Please complete our short feedback form. Eleanor Bradley, BSc, MSc, PhD, CPsych, is professor in healthcare research and evaluation and director, Wilfred McSherry is professor in dignity of care for older people both at the Centre for Practice and Service Improvement at Staffordshire University; Robert McSherry, PGCE, PhD, MSc, BSc, RGN, DipN, is professor of nursing and practice development at the School of Health and Social Care, University of Teesside. Setting Phase III clinical trials registered on the UK’s research permissions system (Integrated Research Application System) between the 1 January 2012 to 31 December 2017. Undergraduate psychology degrees, on the other hand, have always had high research content, often necessitating the completion of a research-based dissertation. Health Technology Assessment; 14: 8, 1-218. This may result in a perception of the researcher as an outsider, which can promote compliance with research protocols and data collection, but could have a negative impact on the uptake or internalising of research findings by clinicians. The clinical workload of many practitioners can mean that research and development activities are marginalised. The move towards multidisciplinary team working, and the expectation that all team members will understand and respond to research information in the same way, is undermined by the different levels of research awareness and experiences within these teams and suggests a need for further, individualised research support. Consideration should be given to providing a summary sheet of the findings or letting participants know where they can access the results. You should submit By Steven Williams, Communications Manager, NIHR Dissemination Centre  Published: 22 February 2017 We all know that it is important to use the best available research evidence to make health and social care decisions. undertaking clinical trials and other interventional (i.e. As well as ensuring that staff members have access to research findings, and the ability to critique these findings, it is vital that service users and carers also have access to recent research as well as any support needed to interpret the findings of locally conducted research work. How they will be given access to the summary findings. Dissemination of evidence in nursing is the spreading of evidence-based knowledge, research, and findings by nurses to other healthcare professionals or to the general public. Nurse Education Today; 20: 6, 499-505. This provides feedback to participants on the outcome of research towards which they have contributed. Hall J, et al (2007) Mental health staff attitudes towards exercise programmes. The location of an academic, with experience of carrying out and applying research, within an NHS trust should act as an advisory link. One example is protection motivation theory designed to address change, and the vulnerability that may stem from a refusal to change. Ben Goldacre and Brian MacKenna argue that hospital medicines data has huge potential to improve patient care and that its use for public good is being blocked by cultural, contractual, and political barriers, rather than technical complexity In 2016-17 the NHS in England spent £17.4bn (€19.1bn; $21.4bn) on medicines,1 approximately 14% of the entire NHS budget. A goal of the researcher according to Pellecchia (1999) should be “to disseminate the findings, thereby adding new knowledge to the field”. Work informed by academic and practitioner teams is more likely to be successfully disseminated. The detailed study from Song et al (2010) on the importance of sharing and dissemination and the need to avoid research dissemination bias provides useful information about the promotion of evidence-based decision making. Newman M, Papadopoulos I, Sigsworth J (1998) Barriers to evidence-based practice Intensive Critical Care Nursing 14 (5): 231-238. Dissemination needs to be considered at the earliest stage of research project planning with strong links between departments or organisations to support implementation. In 1993, the Royal College of Psychiatrists' research unit undertook a … These research assistants may have been the ‘face’ of the research project, and would be helpful to clinicians interpreting findings, and applying results to the context of their own services. Emails are being used in addition to letters to ensure where patients have an email address registered with the NHS, they receive timely information on their risk status, shielding policy, advice and guidance. Information sheet 2 Research and Development Office Education Centre, The Hillingdon Hospital. CRD was established in January 1994, and aims to provide research-based information for evidence-based medicine. The challenges that clinicians experience in accessing, and applying research findings may can mean research and development activities is not prioritised alongside other clinical work. The new blended learning nursing degree at the University of Huddersfield offers…, Please remember that the submission of any material is governed by our, EMAP Publishing Limited Company number 7880758 (England & Wales) Registered address: 7th Floor, Vantage London, Great West Road, Brentford, United Kingdom, TW8 9AG, We use cookies to personalize and improve your experience on our site. This site uses cookies. Formal programmes to support such development could be initiated by joint posts, including secondment opportunities or mentoring relationships. John Wiley: London. It is good practice to disseminate the results of research to research participants and other interested groups or communities. Academics working across organisations can help support change and provide support for clinicians to interpret findings and consider how to implement any changes to practice. apply to early phase clinical trials in healthy volunteers. guidance to participants that have already completed studies. EmergencyMedicine Journal; 26 June. the views and opinions expressed by the authors in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the nHs, the niHr or the Action research stands a greater chance of being implemented because it is being carried out in line with local needs and issues, encourages full involvement of staff and permits change throughout the process of project work. The NIHR has launched a new Centre for Engagement and Dissemination that brings together its activities in patient and public involvement, engagement and participation with its strengths in research dissemination. 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For example, the Rogers’(1985)  diffusion of innovation model challenges a ‘top down’ approach to change, encouraging a diffusion approach and the full involvement of all participants in research. In 1996, the NHS Research and Development programme introduced two mechanisms to promote the dissemination of research to clinicians: 1. We publish details of all research reviewed by the Research Ethics Committees (RECs) in the UK as a research summary record. Effective dissemination is simply about getting the findings of your research to the people who can make use of them, to maximise the benefit of the research without delay. Protecting and promoting the interests of patients and the public in health research… This article outlines the key challenges inherent in sharing and dissemination of research findings within NHS organisations. There is a range of reasons why practitioners choose to conduct research projects. They should encourage article publication, presentations, and the implementation of recommendations which are locally relevant and an action research approach is key to boosting the likelihood of findings being implemented. Foster S, et al (2009) Rolling out productive ward foundation modules across a hospital trust. The results of research should be reported, whether through publication in peer reviewed journals or other means of dissemination. Pellecchia LG (1999) Dissemination of research findings: Conference presentations and journal publications. Dissemination and Advisory Roles SMERC members have strong links and leadership roles with a number of external organisations. participants still in the study. There are also personal development opportunities that attract people to research, including educational attainment or the advancement of careers. It is good practice to disseminate the results of research to research participants and other interested groups or communities. this independent report by the niHr Dissemination Centre presents a synthesis of niHr and other research. This Outcomes and Dissemination copies of any end of study information sheets that have been provided to For these reasons, clinicians may experience a lack of incentive to engage with research, leading to a lack of experience and confidence when opportunities arise. It is common practice for written summaries of research findings or final reports to be circulated to participating research and There are seven Health Boards and three all-Wales Trusts and all organisations have a … Much of the detail highlighted below originates from 1. Whitehead D, et al (2003) Action research in health promotion. Nursing Times; 103: 30, 30-31. 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