Create a professional presentation of your evidence-based intervention and change proposal to be disseminated to an interprofessional audience of leaders and stakeholders. Include the intervention, evidence-based literature, objectives, resources needed, anticipated measurable outcomes, and how the intervention would be evaluated.

All the best, distinguished leaders and stakeholder. This proposal is evidence-based and aims to increase patient satisfaction. This proposal is focused on the implementation of a Bedside Shift Report (BSR), in our hospital.

The problem: Patient safety and continuity of care are dependent on handoff communication. Traditional nurse-to-nurse shift reports (SRs) are often fragmented and inefficient. This can lead to miscommunication or information loss. BSR is an effective way to transfer information.

The Intervention: Our proposal aims to implement the BSR model, which involves conducting the nurse-to-nurse shift report at the patient’s bedside, with the patient and family present. The patient’s family can participate in this discussion and ask questions. This helps to improve understanding of care and engage in it.

Research-Based Literature: Numerous studies have shown the positive effects of BSR on patient outcomes. These include decreased falls and adverse events. They also show improved satisfaction with staff. For example, a study by O’Leary et al. BSR increased patient satisfaction by 40% in 2012, according to O’Leary et al. (2011). Halm (2011) also reported that falls fell 70% less.

Objectives:

  1. In the next six-months, all hospitals in the country will adopt the BSR method.
  2. All nurses should be trained on BSR, communication methods, and document requirements.
  3. Assess the effect of BSR upon patient satisfaction and outcomes, satisfaction among staff, communication, and employee satisfaction.

Resource requirements:

  1. Training and education materials
  2. Communications tools
  3. Modifications to electronic medical records (EMR)
  4. It is time for training staff and implementation
  5. Materials for family and patient education

Predicted Measurable Outcomes

  1. Patients and families are more satisfied when they have the opportunity to communicate and be involved in their care.
  2. Reduction in adverse events such as medication errors and falls.
  3. Communication and satisfaction of staff have been improved.

Evaluating Plan

  1. Monitoring the compliance and adoption of the BSR model.
  2. For BSR to be effective, you should conduct staff and patient satisfaction surveys.
  3. Analyze adverse events data prior to and following BSR implementation.

Implementing the BSR model at our hospital will increase communication, improve family and patient engagement and ultimately improve patient satisfaction and outcomes. To achieve these goals, we need your help and cooperation. We are grateful.

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