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Creator: JBI
Duration: 7:25
Professor Jennifer Chipps, Director School of Nursing, Faculty of Community and Health, University of the Western Cape – provides a commentary on featured research paper titled: Compliance to immediate newborn care practice among midwives working
Creator: JBI Evidence Implementation
Duration: 10:28

Bronwyn Cox provides a video commentary on a JBI best practice implementation project - titled: Prevention and management of behavioral and psychological symptoms in patients with dementia in acute care.

Bronwyn joined the Clinical Effectiveness Team within Regional Quality in January of 2016 as a Quality Nurse Consultant. She is now a Lead Quality Nurse Consultant working within the Clinical Quality Programs and Data Analytics team, working on various telehealth initiatives and predictive analytics aimed at improving care delivery and safety of patients. Prior to joining Kaiser Permanente, Bronwyn was employed in the University of Pennsylvania Health System, working in the inpatient setting at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Med-Surg Telemetry and Oncology. She also worked in ambulatory care, specialising in Women's Health Oncology Infusion, at the Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine. Bronwyn earned her Masters of Science in Nursing, Health Leadership with a Quality Improvement and Safety Process in Healthcare minor in 2015 from the University of Pennsylvania.

Creator: JBI Evidence Implementation
Duration: 9:08

Amy Kuehn provides a video commentary on a methodology paper titled: Facilitation as a component of evidence implementation – a multinational perspective.

Amy Kuehn graduated nursing school in 2013 from Central Methodist University, Missouri. Shortly after graduation, Amy moved to Denver, Colorado where she began her career as a new graduate in a general intensive care unit (ICU). After two years, she moved on to work in a Burn/Trauma ICU until shortly before the pandemic hit, when she took on a role working in hospital quality and patient safety. Amy now works as an ICU Clinical Nurse Educator. She is also a Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) student at the University of Colorado, Denver and will graduate in May of 2023.

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Creator: JBI Evidence Implementation
Duration: 5:28

Taranjeet Singh Rathore provides a video commentary on a JBI_EI best practice implementation project – titled: Immunosuppressive adherence after kidney transplantation in adult patients treated in an outpatient clinic.

Taranjeet is an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Nurse Extern at Kaiser Permanente Antioch and a senior nursing student at San Jose State University, California

Creator: JBI Evidence Implementation
Duration: 8:07

Dr. Vanessa Martinez provides a video commentary on a methods paper titled: Using system thinking methodologies to address health care complexities and evidence implementation.

Dr. Vanessa Martinez is the Regional Director for Virtual Nursing Care Programs at Kaiser Permanente, Northern California. She is responsible for the region-wide direction, planning, and coordination practices of the virtual nursing programs of Advance Alert Monitor and eHospital. An experienced Director of Adult Patient Care Services, Vanessa has a 26-year history working in the healthcare industry.

Vanessa is a knowledgeable healthcare professional with extensive inpatient clinical experience in intensive care, telemetry, medical-surgical, psychiatry, rehabilitation, and ambulatory care nursing. As a Caritas Coach and Care Experience Leader awardee, Vanessa has proven to manage and motivate staff for optimal performance, with a strong commitment to exceptional patient-centered care. Vanessa is a Patient Care Improvement System Advisor and TeamSTEPPS master trainer. She can analyse existing processes to identify recommendations for improvement with demonstrated success in implementing initiatives that enhance efficiency and improve patient outcomes. Vanessa was a podium speaker and poster presenter at several symposiums for the National Association for Healthcare Quality (NAHQ), National Quality Conference, National Leadership Conference, International Caritas Consortiums, and New Graduate Nursing Programs. Vanessa is a Kaiser Nurse Scholar and earned her Doctorate Degree in Nursing Practice focused in Executive Leadership from Loyola University New Orleans, and completed a dual master’s degree focused in Nursing and Health Care Administration from the University of Phoenix.

Creator: JBI Evidence Implementation
Duration: 7:35

Tafadzwa Mwashita provides a video commentary on a JBI best practice implementation project – titled: Pressure injury prevention in adult critically ill patients.

Tafadzwa Mwashita MS, RN, BSN, CCRN

Tafadzwa Mwashita is a critical care nursing professional based in San Francisco, California USA. She obtained her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degree from Indiana University, before entering the healthcare profession in Critical Care Nursing. Tafadzwa has 10 +years of nursing experience and has worked in various specialties including trauma, surgery, pulmonology, neurology, and cardiovascular diseases. She has worked at medical centers, including Indiana University Health, UCLA Medical Center, and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, John Muir Health, and Kaiser Permanente Health.

In her current role as a Virtual Critical Care Nurse, she has realized an emerging interest in the integration of tele-healthcare models to increase efficiency in healthcare provision and accessibility to other healthcare professionals. An additional interest is in supporting inexperienced nursing professionals grow in their specialties as bedside caregivers, by collaborating with them at the bedside and serving in preceptor and mentor roles. The goal is to ensure that patients transition safely through the healthcare system and with the best outcomes.

She is currently a member of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses and is a certified critical care nurse (CCRN) a qualification that supports evidence-based practice and pursues practices that are impactful in the dynamic field of nursing.

Creator: Michael Tijerina
Duration: 6:51
JBI Evidence Implementation

Michael Tijerina provides a podcast commentary on a best practice implementation project: Nurse facilitated reflective exercise post patient death in the intensive care unit.

Michael Tijerina, MSN, RN-BC, is the regional sepsis program manager and clinical quality consultant for Kaiser Permanente’s Northern California Region in Oakland, CA. He has 20+ years of healthcare experience serving at the medical center, regional, and national levels. His clinical experience includes emergency medicine, intravenous-central line specialty nursing, and inpatient nursing leadership. His enterprise-level experience includes professional development consulting, informatics nursing consulting, information technology education management, and his current role with regional quality. Michael earned his Master of Science in Nursing with distinction from Capella University and his Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Biola University. He earned board certification in informatics nursing, nursing professional development, and healthcare simulation. In his spare time, Michael is a triathlete, an avid skier, a hiker, and loves spending time with his wife and children.

Creator: JBI Evidence Implementation
Duration: 10:00

Brenda Peterson provides a video commentary on a JBI original research paper - titled: Effect of an Early Restrictive Fluid Resuscitation Strategy on Illness Severity in Patients with Sepsis.

Brenda Peterson, RN, MSN, CNL

Brenda currently holds the position of Tele-Critical Care Nursing Director at Kaiser Permanente, Northern California. With over 23 years of experience in critical care, Brenda is a master-prepared Registered Nurse (RN) known for her exceptional expertise in clinical nurse leadership. Prior to her current role in Tele-Critical Care, Brenda served as a manager of one of Kaiser's critical care units for a decade. Her extensive background includes a foundation as a bedside RN, followed by her role as an educator and clinical supervisor in a level 1 burn and trauma unit. Brenda's career is a testament to her unwavering commitment to excellence in healthcare.

Creator: Dr. Geraldine McLoughlin
Duration: 5:17
A video commentary on implementation project titled: Evidence-based inpatient postnatal care among women in a national hospital in Kazakhstan. The commentary is provided by Dr. Geraldine McLoughlin, PhD - BSc (Hons) Midwifery Programme Coordinator, Midwife Lecturer, School of Nursing and Midwifery, University College Cork, Ireland.
Creator: Andrea Rochon
Duration: 4:38
A video commentary on implementation project titled: How do health professionals prioritise clinical areas for implementation of evidence into practice? The commentary is provided by Andrea Rochon - RN, MNSc, Research Assistant, Queen's University, Ontario, Canada
Creator: JBI Evidence Implementation
Duration: 8:36

Video commentary by Nancy Navarro on a best practice implementation project titled: Improving care for thalassemia patients in line with best practice standards at a tertiary referral cancer care centre.

Nancy is a Registered Nurse with a Doctoratein Public Health Science from the University of Guadalajara, Jalisco Mexico. She graduated from the same University in 2012 with her Bachelor of Nursing and then joined the United States Latin-American Cancer Research Network as Nurse Collaborator, working with the Hospital Civil de Guadalajara and the Instituto Jalisciense de Cancerología. Nancy has extensive experience working in health promotion, chronic kidney disease, vaccination and breast cancer care. She recently transitioned into the role of Bachelor’s Educator, teaching subjects including Public Health and Evidence-Based Nursing.

Duration: 8:54
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Rhoda Redulla provides a video commentary on a best practice implementation project: Reduction of aggressive and violent behavior towards behavioral health unit staff and other patients.

Rhoda Redulla, DNP, RN, NPD-BC is an innovative nurse leader and book author. She has been a strong voice in nursing professional development, evidence-based practice, and policy, shaping the global elevation of nursing practice. She has over two decades of experience leading organizations in all aspects of the Magnet Recognition Program® and nursing professional organizations, at the local, national and international levels. She is a published author of two books, Fast Facts: Making the Most of Your Career in Nursing and The Nurse Journal, a guided journal for nurses to spark joy, positivity and resilience. Rhoda Redulla is currently the Magnet Program Director at New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, a top 4 hospital in the US. She is also an Assistant Professor for Columbia University School of Nursing’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) and Contributing Faculty for Walden University’s PhD and DNP programs

Dr. Redulla is the chair of the Education Committee of the Society of Gastroenterology Nurses & Associates (SGNA) and leads the development, implementation, and evaluation of the educational nursing agenda at the national level. She has disseminated widely through over 60 podium presentations, books, book chapters, and articles. She has published a book in nursing professional development and authored chapters in six key resources in gastroenterology nursing, including the SGNA Core Curriculum, a primary reference for GI nursing certification.

Rhoda Redulla has mentored nurses and nursing students in translating evidence into practice. She is a certified systematic reviewer for the Joanna Briggs Institute and has published numerous Cochrane nursing evidence reviews. She developed a novel nurse-driven pathway in Hepatitis C management and created a training workshop on Hepatitis C care with national impact through SGNA to 240 organizations. She has presented in national and international forums, including the JBI Colloquium in Belgium, Nursing Times' Directors' Congress, WHO/Public Health England Conference, and European Society of Gastroenterology Nurses Conference.

Rhoda Redulla completed her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree at Johns Hopkins University (with honors), Post Master’s Certificate in Nursing Education, at the University of Pennsylvania, Master of Arts in Teaching Nursing and Bachelor of Science in Nursing (cum laude) at the University of Northern Philippines. She has been recognized for her outstanding contributions to healthcare as Philippine Nurses Association of America Nurse of the Year for Research, Johns Hopkins University 2019 Outstanding Alumni and several other organizations. She is proud of her Filipino-American heritage, an active member of the Philippine Nurses Association of America and New Jersey, and a long-time volunteer of the Red Cross and her local church.
Creator: JBI Evidence Implementation
Duration: 7:52

Kimberly Parker provides a video commentary on a JBI Best Practice Implementation Project - titled: Promotion of sleep and rest among hospitalized pediatric patient.

Kimberley Parker currently works as a Virtual Quality Nurse Consultant for Kaiser Permanente Northern California Regional office, within the Virtual Quality Team. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in exercise physiology from University of California Davis, and a master’s degree in nursing from Samuel Merritt University. Kimberly has worked as a nurse for 20 years, at the bedside in med/surg, periop, and critical care trauma/neuro surgical units. She is most proud of her work with Kaiser South Sacramento as part of their Implementation Unit, which established Kaiser’s first Level II trauma center. Kimberly was also on the team that expanded the intensive care unit from two small units to four large state of the art intensive care units. While at Kaiser South Sacramento, Kimberly held many different positions in education, quality and leadership. She has also taught for two different nursing schools and finds nurse education to be very rewarding. When not working, Kimberly enjoy spending time with her husband and three young children, vacationing by the beach, swimming, and riding bikes.