JBI gLOCAL SOLUTION ROOM 2024 (English)

Quality of healthcare at the point of care – generation, synthesis and transfer of evidence: A JBI gLOCAL Solution Room

EVENT DATES

3 June 2024, 12:00 – 16:00, UK Wales Time (Cardiff Time)

LOCATION

Virtual FREE Event on ZOOM

ORGANIZERS

WHO IS IT FOR?

  • Clinicians: nurses, midwives, and other professions in the field of health
  • Nurses and Midwives Students
  • Academics
  • Policy makers interested in evidence-based healthcare.

EVENT INFORMATION

The JBI gLOCAL Solution Room is a free four-hour event, which aims to provide pragmatic solutions to challenges in getting evidence into practice in clinical settings.

The JBI gLOCAL Solution Room is designed to bring together clinicians, academics and policy makers interested in evidence-based healthcare, and serve as a synchronised, collaborative and widely accessible space to promote evidence-based practice discussion and debate.

This JBI event will take place on June 3, 2024, with similar events around the globe taking place in the week of June 3 – 9, 2024, in over 20 countries and languages, with the aim of finding solutions to the challenges they face healthcare professionals in implementing evidence in their clinical settings.

At the end of this event, a report will be produced that will provide information on the challenges and solutions highlighted during the event. The report and the videos will be shared to facilitate global knowledge exchange.

BENEFITS

  • Interactive discussions with specialists in the generation, synthesis and transfer of evidence
  • The opportunity to meet foreign experts in the field, including an exchange of cultural experience
  • The opportunity to express your real medical education or practice needs
  • The opportunity to interact with healthcare stakeholders, including students, academics and policy makers

The event agenda is available here.

The event registration form is here.

For more information, please contact Dr Clare Bennett, BennettCL3@cardiff.ac.uk

General presentation of the worldwide event – Global Evidence, Local Decisions

The JBI gLOCAL Solution Room is a one-week event held across the globe from 3 – 9 June 2024, in numerous different countries and is designed to provide pragmatic solutions to your challenges in getting evidence into practice in your clinical setting.

Each JBI gLOCAL Solution Room event will include a panel of experts that will give you ‘real-world’ insights during their presentations focused on evidence-implementation. As a ‘think tank’ they will then respond directly to Participant questions around EBP challenges in an interactive panel discussion. The aim is to provide practical solutions for getting evidence into practice in your clinical setting.

Learn more about ‘GLOCALization’ and JBI’s approach to global evidence-based healthcare at https://jbi.global/solutionroom


SPEAKERS

Senior Lecturer Dr Doina Carmen MAZILU, RN, MSc, PhD

Carmen is a Senior Lecturer at the ”Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Faculty of Midwifery and Nursing; President of the Order of Nurses, Midwives and Medical Assistants from Romania, Bucharest Branch; and Director of the Romanian Centre for Nursing Research: A JBI Centre of Excellence. She has Master’s degrees in Management and Public Health (2009), Medical Law (2016), and a PhD in Medicine (2020). She graduated Leadership Program of the Global Nursing Leadership Institute (GNLI, 2021-2022) and the Comprehensive Systematic Review Training Program and Evidence Implementation Training Program from Joanna Briggs Institute, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Adelaide, South Australia (2009). She has over 20 years of work experience in Intensive Care Units, in different hospitals in Bucharest, out of which more than 10 years in leading positions. She has experience in developing Continuing Medical Education (CME) programs for nurses, as the organization she leads is one of the main providers of CME programs for nurses in Bucharest. She is also a member or leading several National and European Projects. She obtained several awards for the works presented at various national and international scientific events. Her areas of interest include evidence-based practice, systematic reviews, evidence synthesis, knowledge transfer, use of evidence, implementation of best practice, professional development of nurses and midwives, and leadership.

Dr Clare BENNETT D.Nurs, SFHEA, PGCE, MSc, BSc (Hons), Dip.N, RGN

Clare is a Registered Nurse with a background in Sexual Health, Immunology, HIV and Infectious Diseases. She is a Doctor of Nursing and is currently a Reader at Cardiff University. She has taught, researched and written about Leadership, Quality Improvement and Patient Safety on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes for nurses and allied health professionals for over two decades. Clare is also an honorary lecturer at the University of Freiburg, Germany, where she teaches clinical leadership in the context of advancing clinical practice. Clare is Co-Director of the Wales Centre for Evidence Based Care and teaches and coaches in the field of evidence development and implementation.

Dr Deborah Edwards, PhD, MPhil, BSc (Hons)

Deborah is a senior research fellow at the School of Healthcare Sciences and Co-Director of the Wales Centre For Evidence Based Care, a JBI Centre of Excellence, at Cardiff University. Deborah has taught, researched and written in the field of evidence synthesis for over 20 years. Her current focus is on conducting rapid reviews for National organisations within the UK that are being used to make substantial contributions to both knowledge and policy. Her PhD focused on addressing the needs of vulnerable population in healthcare and drew on evidence from five mixed methods systematic reviews to explore how healthcare inequalities can be reduced in this population. She is a member of the JBI textual methods group and an associate editor for JBI Evidence Synthesis.

Professor Dr Zoe Jordan

Professor Zoe Jordan  is the Executive Director of JBI and has held numerous leadership positions over the past 20 years’ working to promote and support evidence-based healthcare globally. Professor Jordan is interested in the relationship between communication theory, engagement, and translation science, particularly in an increasingly global context.  She is also interested in international, cross-cultural collaboration, including but not limited to discursive competence, cultural brokering, and relational empathy.

Associate Professor Dr Craig Lockwood, RN, BN, GradDip, MNSc, PhD

Dr Craig Lockwood  is Associate Professor Implementation Science, Faculty of Health Sciences, The University of Adelaide; and Adjunct Associate Professor, Queen’s School of Nursing, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. He is the Director of Implementation Science, responsible for JBI education, training, software, methods and methodology for evidence implementation. Craig is also Co-Chair of the JBI Implementation Science Methods Group, with core interests in evidence implementation and qualitative synthesis, both from a theoretical and pragmatic perspective.

Mariana ZAZU, RN, MSc, PhD student

Mariana is a PhD student at the University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Carol Davila” Bucharest; Specialist in Organizational Development at the OAMGMAMR Bucharest Branch; and Deputy Director of the Romanian Nursing Research Centre: A JBI Centre of Excellence. She has Master’s degrees in Public Policy and Management in Public Administration at the University of Bucharest (2022), Health Management and Sanitary and Pharmaceutical Services (2016) and Environmental Impact Management (2012) at the Ovidius University of Constanța. She worked as a nurse in the ICU and Blood Transfusion Unit (1994-2016), Quality and Environment Integrated System Manager (2010-2016), as a coordinating evaluator in the evaluation of ANMCS health services (2009-2017), as a research assistant and biologist at INCDM GeoEcoMar (2010-2016). Since 2016, she has been involved in the professional development of nurses, including continuing medical education (CME) programs for nurses. She was also a member or led several projects with national and European funding. Her interests include public health policies, evidence-based practice, implementation science, evidence synthesis, patient and healthcare professionals’ safety and quality of care improvement, focusing on oncology, mental health, and blood transfusion management.

Corina GAGIU RN, MSc, PhD Student

Corina is Nursing Director at ”Prof. Dr. Alexandru Obregia” Psychiatry Hospital; Vice-President of The Order of Nurses, Midwives and Medical Assistants from Romania, Bucharest Branch; and Deputy Director, Romanian Centre for Nursing Research: A JBI Centre of Excellence, and a PhD student at the University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Carol Davila” Bucharest. She has over 25 years of experience in healthcare, including 10 years in management positions; she has a bachelor’s degree in Nursing, a master’s degree in Management and public health, and a specialization programs in psychiatry. She attended training program in various fields such as communication management, conflict management, project management, quality management, quality audit, leadership, etc. Her area of interest includes patient safety, conflict management, mental health, psychiatric nursing, severe mental illness, addiction.

Daniela STAN Midwife, MSc, PhD Student

Daniela is Nursing Director at Clinical Hospital of Obstetrics and Gynecology “Prof. Dr. Panait Sârbu”; Vice-President of The Order of Nurses, Midwives and Medical Assistants from Romania, Bucharest Branch; and Deputy Core Staff, Romanian Centre for Nursing Research: A JBI Centre of Excellence, and a PhD student at the University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Carol Davila” Bucharest. She has over 29 years of experience in healthcare, including 10 years in management positions; has a bachelor’s degree in Midwifery, a master’s degree in Management and Interventional Research in the Public Health System. She initiated 10 years ago and currently coordinates the “Mother’s School” Project; is the head of the Professional Commission of Midwives at the national level. She followed a training program in various fields such as communication management, conflict management, project management, quality management, quality audit, leadership, etc. Her area of interest includes maternal and child health, obstetrics-gynecology patient care, health education, continuing medical education, gestational diabetes patient care, and gestational hypertension patient care. She is convinced that her profession is a divine one because every day she has the chance to become part of the mystery of creating a new life.

EVENT AGENDA, JUNE 3, 12:00-16:00 UK Wales Time (Cardiff Time)

12:00 – 12:15

WELCOME

Speakers:

Dr Doina Carmen Mazilu, Director of the Romanian Centre for Nursing Research: A JBI Centre of Excellence

Dr Clare Bennett, Co-Director of the Wales Centre for Evidence Based Care: A JBI Centre of Excellence

Dr Deborah Edwards, Co-Director of the Wales Centre for Evidence Based Care: A JBI Centre of Excellence

12:15 – 12:45

SESSION 1. INTRODUCTION TO JBI

Chair: Dr Doina Carmen Mazilu

Speakers:

Dr Zoe Jordan, Executive Director of JBI – Introduction to JBI

Dr Craig Lockwood, Director of JBI Implementation Science – gLOCAL a new dialogue for professional practice in 2024 and beyond

12:45 – 12:50

COFFEE BREAK

12:50 – 13:50

SESSION 2. ACHIEVING QUALITY THROUGH EVIDENCE SYNTHESIS

Chair: Dr Deborah Edwards

Speakers:

Dr Clare Bennett, Co-Director of the Wales Centre for Evidence Based Care: A JBI Centre of Excellence – What do we mean by ‘Quality of healthcare at the point of care?’

Dr Doina Carmen Mazilu, Director of the Romanian Centre for Nursing Research: A JBI Centre of Excellence – Methods of engaging and empowering clinicians to improve quality at the point of care

Dr Deborah Edwards, Co-Director of the Wales Centre for Evidence Based Care: A JBI Centre of Excellence – A case study of generation, synthesis and evidence transfer

Mariana Zazu, Deputy Director of the Romanian Centre for Nursing Research: A JBI Centre of Excellence – Overarching principles in generation, synthesis and transfer of the evidence

13:50 – 14:00

COFFEE BREAK

14:00 – 15:00

SESSION 3. FROM CONCEPTION TO TRANSLATION

Chair: Dr Clare Bennett

Speakers:

Dr Deborah Edwards, Co-Director of the Wales Centre for Evidence Based Care: A JBI Centre of Excellence – Defining the question, deciding on the approach, conducting the review

Dr Clare Bennett, Co-Director of the Wales Centre for Evidence Based Care: A JBI Centre of Excellence – Transfer of Evidence

Corina Gagiu, Nursing Director, ”Prof. Dr. Alexandru Obregia” Psychiatry Hospital; Deputy Director of the Romanian Centre for Nursing Research: A JBI Centre of Excellence – The role of clinical context in the transfer of evidence at the point of care in mental health

Daniela Stan, Nursing Director, Clinical Hospital of Obstetrics and Gynecology “Prof. Dr. Panait Sârbu”, Core Staff, Romanian Centre for Nursing Research: A JBI Centre of Excellence – The role of clinical context in the transfer of evidence at the point of care in maternal health

15:00 – 15:50

PANEL DISCUSSION Q&A

Chair: Dr Clare Bennett

Panelists: Dr Clare Bennett, Dr Deborah Edwards, Dr Doina Carmen Mazilu, Mariana Zazu, Corina Gagiu, Daniela Stan

15:50 – 16:00

THANK YOU AND CLOSE

Dr. Clare Bennett, Dr. Deborah Edwards, Dr. Doina Carmen Mazilu