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December 2021 - Volume 19 - Issue 4

  • Hanan Khalil
    Dr Craig Lockwood
  • 2691-3321
  • Quarterly
  • 63 of 108 Heath Care Sciences & Services
    71 of 168 Medicine, General & Internal
  • 2.548

From the Editors

Issue 4 highlights the interconnection between sustainability planning, the value of screening for improved clinical outcomes and showcases the JBI Model for evidence-based healthcare as contributing to sustainability and knowledge translation in diverse clinical settings. Adam Cooper is JBI Centre of Excellence Director at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) where the strategic organizational focus is implementation with sustainability of change through equipping and resourcing staff with knowledge, skills and resources to use the full cycle of the JBI Model for evidence-based healthcare in their implementation work.

Screening and assessment are critical components of expert clinical care; the ability to identify changes, detect deterioration is fundamental to quality and safety, patient wellbeing and continuity of care. Accurate screening and assessment using evidence-based guidelines improves the quality of care across different areas of care and is consistent across different geographic regions and clinical cultures. This is important; using the JBI Model helps groups and individuals to integrate screening and assessment with sustainable clinical decision-making. The case studies in this issue highlight the value of models in evidence implementation for promoting internal consistency and validity of knowledge translation in to clinical care.

As always, enjoy reading!

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Editors in Chief

Craig Lockwood, Hanan Khalil

Current Issue Highlights





Creator: JBI Evidence Implementation
Duration: 3:48
JBI Evidence Implementation December 2021, Volume 19, Issue 4;

Alicia Schneider provides a commentary on an original research paper titled: Clarifying home-visit rehabilitation practitioner skills: A survey to validate the checklist and predict differences in practitioner skills

Alicia L. Schneider, MSN, AGCNS-BC, RN-BC, CCRN-K
Quality Nurse Consultant

Alicia Schneider is a board-certified Adult-Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist and Certified Critical Care Nursefor Kaiser Permanente. She hasover two decades of experience in healthcare as a bedside clinician, educatorand quality consultant.  Alicia is also a contributing researcher/writer for the Journal of Nursing Care Quality.  

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Creator: JBI Evidence Implementation
Duration: 6:10

​Podcast commentary by Lauren Urban on an original research paper titled: Translation of scientific evidence into cardiovascular guidelines: an assessment based on Certainty/Uncertainty

Lauren Urban, RN, BSN, CCRN
East Carolina University, Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) Student

Lauren Urban is a Bachelor’s-prepared Registered Nurse (RN), currently expected to graduate from the Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) MSN program, East Carolina University in May 2022. As an ambassador for the American Association of Critical-Care (AACN), Lauren is particularly invested in the advancement of the nursing profession and elevating Kaiser Permanente’s (KP) practice to better support patients and the healthcare environment KP staff work in. Lauren has extensive experience working in an intensive care unit (ICU) and as a staff nurse at Advent Health Orlando. She has also worked as a travel nurse at many notable organisations including Emory Hospital, New York Presbyterian, New York University, and John Muir Health.​

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Creator: JBI Evidence Implementation
Duration: 5:41
Journal: JBI Evidence Implementation December 2021, Volume 19, Issue 4;

Michael Purnell provides a video commentary on a best practice implementation project titled: Nutritional screening and interventions for patients following gastrointestinal surgery in a general surgical ward

Michael T. Purnell, MSN, RN
Quality Nurse Consultant

Michael Purnell is a Quality Nurse Consultant for Kaiser Permanente (KP) with extensive experience in critical and emergency care delivery, education, analysis and performance improvement. As a Nurse Educator for the Critical Care and Emergency Care Service Lines, Michael has extensive experience writing policy and procedures and has been involved in the developed and implementation of multiple educational programs. Along with other key accomplishments, he led teams to implement eICU for a 24-bed critical care department. 

Michael has experience in medical product research, evaluation, survey, education and implementation, in addition to military evacuation hospital and research and development experience. With Critical Care Registered Nurse (CCRN), Neurovascular Registered Nurse (NVRN), and Neuroscience Registered Nurse (CNRN) certifications, Michael is also a member of the Men in Nursing Association and International Nurses Association.​


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