Evidence-Based Practice In CDS And Quality Improvement

The Assignment

Part 1: Literature Review Matrix

Submit your completed Literature Review Matrix that contains the four research articles you researched and reviewed.

Part 2: Clinical Decision Support (CDS) Recommendation

Develop a 10- to 12-slide PowerPoint presentation in which you present your research and data to support your clinical decision support (CDS) recommendation for quality improvement.

Based on your research, address the following in your presentation:
Synthesize your findings from your four articles, focusing on applicable models and/or theories relevant to CDS, quality improvement in your workplace, and on applicable evidence-based practice in nursing.
Recommend CDS or information to consider in clinical decision making and explain your rationale for the recommendation. Be specific.
Justify your recommendation. Be specific and provide examples.
Recommend how you would address possible limitations or challenges, including:
Explain how you would avoid alert fatigue.
Explain under what conditions you would allow an override to an alert.
Explain how you would monitor compliance.
Identify factors that might contribute to continuous overrides.
Justify conditions under which an override may be necessary.
Provide references in APA style at the end of your presentation—the reference slide or slides do not count toward your assignment total.
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[Your Name Here]

Walden University

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Go to the Home tab at the top and click the New Slide or Layout button to access different formatting for your slides.
Choose formatting that presents your information in the most logical way.
Use consistent, grammatically parallel format for bulleted lists (for example, on this slide, each element begins with an imperative verb).
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Keep font of text consistent.
Be sure headings are consistent in their spacing, placement, size, etc.
Consider using the slide after the title slide to summarize your presentation’s points (like an abstract for a paper).
Your slides can also contain entire paragraphs, like this one does. Citation rules apply to presentations just as they do to papers—when using or referencing another author’s ideas, you must cite that source. When incorporating a citation in a slide, do so just as you would in a traditional paper (Smith, 2010). According to Jones (2007), presentations aren’t very different from papers!

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Use APA style rules to format any tables and figures in your presentation:

Figure 1. Bar graph showing useful information. From “Utilizing bar graphs,” by A. Jones, 2011, Journal of Handy Graphs, 76(2), p. 3. Reprinted with permission.

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Remember to adhere to any assignment guidelines regarding presentation format. This template contains suggestions only.
Keep in mind that there is no such thing as an “APA standard PowerPoint.” Review http://blog.apastyle.org/apastyle/2010/09/dear-professor.html for more information!
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References

Always include a reference list at the end of your presentation, just like you would in a paper. Reference list entries take the same format they would in a paper:

Jones, P. (2004). This great book. New York, NY: Publisher.

Smith, W., & Cat, D. (2010). How to make a good presentation

great. Presentations Quarterly, 45(4), 56-59.

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Author(s) last name, first initial Publication date Title of article or chapter Journal title Database Library URL DOI Keyword search Course Theorists Method Design Population Sample Problem Purpose Research ?s Summary (what is it about?) Analysis (strengths and weaknesses compared to other studies) Reference list entry (APA 6th ed.)
Stewart, S. L., Poss, J. W., Thornley, E., & Hirdes, J. P. 1-Jan-19 Resource Intensity for Children and Youth: The Development of an Algorithm to Identify High Service Users in Children’s Mental Health. Health Services Insights CINAHL Plus with Full Text Walden Library https://journals-sagepub-com.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/doi/10.1177/1178632919827930 https://doi-org.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/10.1177%2F1178632919827930 Clinical decision support/mental health or mental illnesses or mental disorder Stewart, S. L., Poss, J. W., Thornley, E., & Hirdes, J. P. (2019). Resource Intensity for Children and Youth: The Development of an Algorithm to Identify High Service Users in Children’s Mental Health. Health Services Insights, 12, N.PAG. https://doi-org.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/10.1177/1178632919827930
Henshall, C., Cipriani, A., Ruvolo, D., Macdonald, O., Wolters, L., & Koychev, I. May-19 Implementing a digital clinical decision support tool for side effects of antipsychotics: A focus group study. Evidence-Based Mental Health CINAHL Plus with Full Text Walden Library https://search-proquest-com.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/docview/2214910242?accountid=14872 doi:10.1136/ebmental-2019-300086 Clinical decision support/mental health or mental illnesses or mental disorder Henshall, C., Cipriani, A., Ruvolo, D., Macdonald, O., Wolters, L., & Koychev, I. (2019). Implementing a digital clinical decision support tool for side effects of antipsychotics: A focus group study. Evidence – Based Mental Health, 22(2), 56. doi:10.1136/ebmental-2019-300086
Grim, K., Svedberg, P., Rosenberg, D., & Schön, U.-K. Sep-17 Development and Usability Testing of a Web-Based Decision Support for Users and Health Professionals in Psychiatric Services. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal CINAHL Plus with Full Text Walden Library https://web-a-ebscohost-com.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?vid=10&sid=72e3d38b-d315-40c1-b030-45d6ec49a57e%40sdc-v-sessmgr02 https://doi-org.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/10.1037/prj0000278 Clinical decision support/mental health or mental illnesses or mental disorder Grim, K., Svedberg, P., Rosenberg, D., & Schön, U.-K. (2017). Development and Usability Testing of a Web-Based Decision Support for Users and Health Professionals in Psychiatric Services. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 40(3), 293–302. https://doi-org.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/10.1037/prj0000278
Berrouiguet, S., Barrigón, M. L., Brandt, S. A., Ovejero-García, S., Álvarez-García, R., Carballo, J. J., Lenca, P., Courtet, P., & Baca-García, E. 30-Oct-16 Development of a Web-Based Clinical Decision Support System for Drug Prescription: Non-Interventional Naturalistic Description of the Antipsychotic Prescription Patterns in 4345 Outpatients and Future Applications. PLOs One Medline with full text Walden Library https://web-b-ebscohost-com.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?vid=7&sid=38c1e811-cb26-43f4-abf4-e157440e7791%40sessionmgr101 doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0163796 Clinical decision support systems, mental health or mental illness or mental disorder or psychiatric illness, adolescents or teenagers or young adults Berrouiguet, S., Barrigón, M. L., Brandt, S. A., Ovejero-García, S., Álvarez-García, R., Carballo, J. J., Lenca, P., Courtet, P., & Baca-García, E. (2016). Development of a Web-Based Clinical Decision Support System for Drug Prescription: Non-Interventional Naturalistic Description of the Antipsychotic Prescription Patterns in 4345 Outpatients and Future Applications. PloS One, 11(10), e0163796. https://doi-org.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0163796
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