Stakeholder Awareness In Nursing

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A successful dissemination has three goals awareness, understanding, and action and specific strategies are used to reach targeted audience (Myers & Barnes, 2004). Awareness brings attention to the study or new practice to the maximum number of stakeholders. Understanding provides a rationale or purpose of the study or new practice and action demonstrates how the study was implemented and provides an evaluation report. Selecting one or more of these goals that are appropriate for the target audience will increase the likelihood that the new practice will be accepted by key stakeholders as well as influence and increase the motivation of other healthcare organizations to implement the practice (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality [AHRQ], 2012). This paper provides a summary of strategies to disseminate the trial results of using alcohol disinfectant caps (ADCs) to prevent central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSIs) to key stakeholders over a 2-month period followed by dissemination to the greater nursing collective. First, the evidence will be disseminated to the chief executive officer, chief nursing officer, medical director, and other senior leaders. This will be done by creating and presenting a …show more content…

First, a brief summary of the study, including the background, objectives, methods, intervention, findings, and conclusion will be posted in an online nursing forum (INC, 2012). Next, a formal research report with all relevant information listed above, literature review, and evaluation tools used during the study will be presented to the local chapter of the American Nurses Association (ANA). The ANA can assist with disseminating the findings to other members within the organization (INC,

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