JBI European Symposium 2021 & SPIDER Multiplier Event

24 Jun 2021

On June 24, the JBI European Symposium was held, which was conducted in parallel with our Multiplier Event of the Erasmus+ SPIDER project. The objective of this event was to disseminate the results of evidence-based practice implementation, as a consequence of the activities developed in the JBI Collaboration (JBIC).
The conference was open to researchers, methodologists, teachers, students, health professionals, managers, and the general public interested in evidence-based practice.

The event took place virtually and for free.

Works on synthesis, implementation, and knowledge transfer, as well as protocols and implementation reports of the SPIDER project, were presented at this conference.

Thank you for all your brilliant presentations and posters, the achieved results of your projects are more than great!

Program of the Strategic Partnership in Innovation and Development of
Evidence-Based Healthcare (SPIDER) Multiplier Event:

11' presentation:Chair: Miloslav Klugar. Introduction of the project
A. Menšíková. Perioperative management of pressure injury: a best practice implementation project.
S. Saibertová. Pressure Injury Prevention: Fixation of nutritional and derivative probes: a best practice implementation project.
M. Morlans-Lanau. Establishing Midwife Led Continuity of Care Intervention in High-Risk Pregnancy: A Best Practice
Implementation Project.
C. M. Nedelcu. Effective Communication and Patient Safety among nurses in perioperative settings: best practice
implementation project.
J.A. Ubierna-Prieto. Enhancing the use of pain assessment at Emergency Department: a best practice implementation
A. M. Fernandes. Nasogastric tube care and flushing in a Portuguese general medicine department: a best practice
implementation project.
T. Vrbová. Development of trustworthy clinical practice guidelines in the Czech Republic: a best practice implementation
V. Coutinho. Prevention of adverse events associated with medication administration: a best practice implementation project.
C. Smith. Enhancing the practice of clinical supervision within Primary and Community Care: a best practice implementation
I. Raluca-Alexandra. Communication - an important chain between healthcare providers in a medical laboratory: a best
practice implementation project.
B. Johnson. Multi-Disciplinary Ward rounds in Malawi: A best Practice implementation Project.

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