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Implementation bedside handover: four lessons learned

Simon Malfait (UGent) , Kristof Eeckloo (UGent) , Wim Van Biesen (UGent) and Ann Van Hecke (UGent)
(2019)
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The concluding session comprises of an interactive discussion between the audience, prof. dr. Ann Van Hecke (supervisor of the study) and dr. Simon Malfait (senior researcher of the study). In the interactive discussion, the goal is to guide the audience in the process of interconnecting the results of the different studies presented. Doing so, the chairperson and presenter aim to provide insights to the audience on how the authors came to usable and practical advices in order to enrich the evidence-based knowledge on bedside handovers. Within the conclusion, there will be particular interest for the main lessons: • The implementation of bedside shift report in the nursing practice is a valuable and suitable opportunity and is superior to more traditional handover procedures without the patient • The implementation entails profound changes in attitude, daily practice and organizational performance in order to generate the best results. • It is essential that patient participation is a key element when using of bedside handovers. • Above all, the bedside handover revealed itself as a method to achieve a more patient-centered organization of nursing care.

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Malfait, Simon, Kristof Eeckloo, Wim Van Biesen, and Ann Van Hecke. 2019. “Implementation Bedside Handover: Four Lessons Learned.” In .
APA
Malfait, S., Eeckloo, K., Van Biesen, W., & Van Hecke, A. (2019). Implementation bedside handover: four lessons learned. Presented at the CARE4 International Scientific Nursing and Midwifery Congress, Third Edition.
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Malfait S, Eeckloo K, Van Biesen W, Van Hecke A. Implementation bedside handover: four lessons learned. 2019.
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Malfait, Simon et al. “Implementation Bedside Handover: Four Lessons Learned.” 2019. Print.
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  abstract     = {The concluding session comprises of an interactive discussion between the audience, prof. dr. Ann Van Hecke (supervisor of the study) and dr. Simon Malfait (senior researcher of the study). In the interactive discussion, the goal is to guide the audience in the process of interconnecting the results of the different studies presented. Doing so, the chairperson and presenter aim to provide insights to the audience on how the authors came to usable and practical advices in order to enrich the evidence-based knowledge on bedside handovers.
Within the conclusion, there will be particular interest for the main lessons:
{\textbullet} The implementation of bedside shift report in the nursing practice is a valuable and suitable opportunity and is superior to more traditional handover procedures without the patient
{\textbullet} The implementation entails profound changes in attitude, daily practice and organizational performance in order to generate the best results.
{\textbullet} It is essential that patient participation is a key element when using of bedside handovers.
{\textbullet} Above all, the bedside handover revealed itself as a method to achieve a more patient-centered organization of nursing care.},
  author       = {Malfait, Simon and Eeckloo, Kristof and Van Biesen, Wim and Van Hecke, Ann},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Leuven},
  title        = {Implementation bedside handover: four lessons learned},
  year         = {2019},
}