Discuss how you would use the PDCA model in your institution.

The PARiHS (Promoting Action on Research Implementation in Health Services) framework provides a way to implement research into practice. It is one of many different EBP models in use today. The author of our textbook has chosen this model and more information about it can be found on pages 307-312.

Book Reference: (MUST USE FOR PGS. 307-312)
Evidence-Based Nursing: The Research Practice Connection
Author: Brown, S.
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Edition: 4th

The PARiHS EBP Model/Framework examines interactions between three key elements necessary for facilitation to occur (I=innovations or evidence, R=recipients or stakeholders and C=context or setting). According to the PARiHS Model, successful implementation of research into practice is a result of facilitation. Facilitation requires the integration of the three elements identified above.
The facilitation is the type of support needed to help people change their attitudes, habits, skills and ways of thinking and working. How to change brings us to the PDCA Model which is a Quality Improvement Model/Framework that supports this facilitation element as suggested by the author. This widely used QI framework consists of the Plan, Do, Check, Act (PDCA) cycle which has 4 stages:
Plan: Determine goals for a process and needed changes to achieve them
Do: Implement the changes
Check: Evaluate the results in terms of performance
Act: Standardize and stabilize the change or begin the cycle again, depending on the results.
This assignment is designed to help you utilize the PARiHS EBP Model using a PDCA QI Model facilitation approach and will be graded according to the Guidelines and Rubric for Models and Barriers.

Instructions:
Cite specific examples of barriers you have encountered or potential barriers in your particular institution.
How might you begin to overcome those barriers? List 4 ways.
Discuss how you would use the PDCA model in your institution. Why?
Use APA format- no more than 2 pages excluding title page and reference page