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Feasibility, appropriateness, meaningfulness and effectiveness of patient participation at bedside shift reporting : mixed-method research protocol

Simon Malfait UGent, Kristof Eeckloo UGent, Elisa Lust, Wim Van Biesen UGent and Ann Van Hecke UGent (2017) JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING. 73(2). p.482-494
abstract
Aim: To evaluate the feasibility, appropriateness, meaningfulness and effectiveness of bedside shift reporting in a minimum of five interventions and five control wards. Background: Hospitals continually improve their quality of care. Next to improvements in clinical performance, more patient participation is stimulated through different methods. Methods to enhance patient participation such as bedside shift reporting lack rigorously performed research to determine their feasibility, appropriateness, meaningfulness and effectiveness. Small-scale research and a previous pilot study indicate that bedside shift reporting improves patient participation, nurse-nurse communication and nurse-patient communication. Design: The development, implementation and evaluation of bedside shift report are based on the Medical Research Council framework for complex interventions in health care. A matched, controlled, mixed-method, longitudinal study design will be used. The Feasibility-Appropriateness-Meaningfulness-Effectiveness framework will be applied for the quantitative and qualitative evaluation of bedside shift report. Methods: A tailored intervention and implementation process for bedside shift report will be developed using diagnostic interviews, co-design and acceptability testing. The intervention will be evaluated before implementation and three times after implementation. Individual and focus group interviews will be performed. Questionnaires, observations and analysis of the medical records and administrative databases will be completed. This study was funded in October 2015. Research Ethics Committee approval was granted in March 2016. Discussion: There is a pressing need for rigorous research into the effects of interventions for improving patient participation. This study addresses the significance of bedside shift report as an intervention to improve quality of care, communication and patient participation within a large-scale, matched, controlled research design.
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appropriateness, bedside shift report, effectiveness, feasibility, meaningfulness, mixed methods study, MRC framework, nursing, patient participation, research protocol, INDIVIDUALIZED CARE SCALE, HEALTH LITERACY, SHORT-FORM, QUESTIONNAIRE, SATISFACTION, PERCEPTIONS, HANDOVER, VALIDITY, TRIALS
journal title
JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING
J. Adv. Nurs.
volume
73
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2
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482 - 494
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Article
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000393680000016
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0309-2402
DOI
10.1111/jan.13154
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English
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8115536
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-8115536
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Background: Hospitals continually improve their quality of care. Next to improvements in clinical performance, more patient participation is stimulated through different methods. Methods to enhance patient participation such as bedside shift reporting lack rigorously performed research to determine their feasibility, appropriateness, meaningfulness and effectiveness. Small-scale research and a previous pilot study indicate that bedside shift reporting improves patient participation, nurse-nurse communication and nurse-patient communication. 
Design: The development, implementation and evaluation of bedside shift report are based on the Medical Research Council framework for complex interventions in health care. A matched, controlled, mixed-method, longitudinal study design will be used. The Feasibility-Appropriateness-Meaningfulness-Effectiveness framework will be applied for the quantitative and qualitative evaluation of bedside shift report. 
Methods: A tailored intervention and implementation process for bedside shift report will be developed using diagnostic interviews, co-design and acceptability testing. The intervention will be evaluated before implementation and three times after implementation. Individual and focus group interviews will be performed. Questionnaires, observations and analysis of the medical records and administrative databases will be completed. This study was funded in October 2015. Research Ethics Committee approval was granted in March 2016. 
Discussion: There is a pressing need for rigorous research into the effects of interventions for improving patient participation. This study addresses the significance of bedside shift report as an intervention to improve quality of care, communication and patient participation within a large-scale, matched, controlled research design.},
  author       = {Malfait, Simon and Eeckloo, Kristof and Lust, Elisa and Van Biesen, Wim and Van Hecke, Ann},
  issn         = {0309-2402},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING},
  keyword      = {appropriateness,bedside shift report,effectiveness,feasibility,meaningfulness,mixed methods study,MRC framework,nursing,patient participation,research protocol,INDIVIDUALIZED CARE SCALE,HEALTH LITERACY,SHORT-FORM,QUESTIONNAIRE,SATISFACTION,PERCEPTIONS,HANDOVER,VALIDITY,TRIALS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {482--494},
  title        = {Feasibility, appropriateness, meaningfulness and effectiveness of patient participation at bedside shift reporting : mixed-method research protocol},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jan.13154},
  volume       = {73},
  year         = {2017},
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Chicago
Malfait, Simon, Kristof Eeckloo, Elisa Lust, Wim Van Biesen, and Ann Van Hecke. 2017. “Feasibility, Appropriateness, Meaningfulness and Effectiveness of Patient Participation at Bedside Shift Reporting : Mixed-method Research Protocol.” Journal of Advanced Nursing 73 (2): 482–494.
APA
Malfait, S., Eeckloo, K., Lust, E., Van Biesen, W., & Van Hecke, A. (2017). Feasibility, appropriateness, meaningfulness and effectiveness of patient participation at bedside shift reporting : mixed-method research protocol. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 73(2), 482–494.
Vancouver
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Malfait S, Eeckloo K, Lust E, Van Biesen W, Van Hecke A. Feasibility, appropriateness, meaningfulness and effectiveness of patient participation at bedside shift reporting : mixed-method research protocol. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING. 2017;73(2):482–94.
MLA
Malfait, Simon, Kristof Eeckloo, Elisa Lust, et al. “Feasibility, Appropriateness, Meaningfulness and Effectiveness of Patient Participation at Bedside Shift Reporting : Mixed-method Research Protocol.” JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING 73.2 (2017): 482–494. Print.