Process change Implementing SBAR in nursing handoff
Use Berwick’s “description to prescription” model to describe how to change nursing practice and implement SBAR during nursing handoff of a hospital nursing unit. This model for change has seven steps it contains: (a) Find innovations, (b) find innovators, (c) support early adopters, (d) champion early adoption, (e) enable reinvention, (f) create slack for change, and (g) lead by change.
Introduction: Introduces the selected advanced nursing practice patient safety concern and includes pertinent background information regarding concern (who, what, where, when, and why)
Description: Identify and addresses each step of the selected change model; uses examples from current evidence that supports assertions and relevant examples from advanced nursing practice
Presentation of selected change model: Addresses expected outcomes and the role of the DNP-prepared nursing leader in outcomes evaluation and sustainability of the proposed change; uses examples from current evidence that supports assertions and relevant examples from advanced nursing practice.
Conclusion: Identifies the main ideas and major conclusions from the body of your report, with minor details left out; summarize the benefits of the proposed change to advanced nursing practice quality improvement and patient safety