JBI's Approach to Facilitating Knowledge Translation in Cardiovascular Care

V. Pearson, C-J. Wu, S. Stolic, A. Brennan, J. McDonagh, M. A. Pinero de Plaza, J. Hendriks, M. Ryder, J. Slyer, H Cheng, A. Dirksen, K. Healy, K. Porritt

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In the rapidly evolving field of cardiovascular health, the incorporation of evidence-based practices remains a significant challenge. Despite the availability of robust clinical research and guidelines, a gap persists between the best available evidence and its application in real-world clinical settings. This often stems from barriers such as difficulty accessing quality evidence and a general lack of awareness. Point-of-care resources emerge as crucial tools in bridging this gap, offering clinicians access to synthesized, easy-to-understand, and up-to-date evidence. Such resources not only aid in informed decision-making but also improve patient outcomes by keeping care aligned with best practices tailored to the local context.

The JBI EBP Database Cardiovascular Field resources are created following a rigorous methodology, converting complex evidence into user-friendly formats. Active dissemination strategies, including social media promotion and face-to-face events, foster user engagement and knowledge translation. Our efforts contribute to the advancement of evidence-based cardiovascular care and the improvement of patient outcomes worldwide. 

Active Dissemination
300+ evidence-based cardiovascular resources;
4 evidence summaries used for quality improvement projects through the Evidence Implementation Training Program
20+ new resources in 2023
Expert Reference Group (ERG) with 12 cardiovascular experts Across 4 continents
Diverse professional backgrounds, including nurses, nurse practitioners, and medical officers
Peer review, taxonomy development, gap analysis Systematic and transparent development process
20,000+ impressions across our social media platforms during the two-week cardiovascular field campaign
Evidence-based practice awareness posts featuring international cardiovascular experts
Selected free-access featured evidence-based cardiovascular resources

The JBI EBP Database is addressing this issue by collaborating with global experts to develop high-quality cardiovascular resources and promote awareness of evidence-based practices through active dissemination strategies.

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Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 16 Nov 2023
EventJBI iGNITE Symposium: EBHC Methodology for the Future - Adelaide, Australia
Duration: 16 Nov 202317 Nov 2023
Conference number: 2023


ConferenceJBI iGNITE Symposium
OtherJBI iGNITE is designed to spark creativity and challenge our thinking about the future of methodology and methods related to the production and use of evidence in healthcare policy and practice.

The global evidence ecosystem is evolving at lightning speed and evidence-based healthcare is becoming more sophisticated every day. With advanced technologies such as AI and big data analytics, and the growing emphasis on multidisciplinary, collaborative research approaches, the future of EBHC methodology is transforming and evolving at an unprecedented pace.

Moving towards better evidence, better outcomes and a brighter future for all demands fresh perspectives, novel approaches and unconventional solutions. JBI iGNITE is an opportunity to anticipate what the future might have in store for us and ignite our imagination.
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