This evidence brief describes implementation strategies, challenges, and lessons learned from conducting five Interdisciplinary Nursing Quality Research Initiative (INQRI) funded implementation studies, and presents two case examples of other INQRI studies to illustrate dissemination strategies.
This evidence brief seeks to identify methodological problems in implementation science using four Interdisciplinary Nursing Quality Research Initiative (INQRI) projects as case studies and, based on findings, make recommendations for further methods development.
This evidence brief describes scientific advances in understanding relationships between nursing care processes, and patient outcomes in 2004 (the year prior to the launch of the Interdisciplinary Nursing Quality Research Initiative-INQRI ) and 2009.
Importance of Content, Context, and Policy Environment: Evidence of the Case for Investments in Nursing
This paper describes the strength of the evidence generated through Interdisciplinary Nursing Quality Research Initiative (INQRI) funded research that relates to the case for investing in nursing. Factors that may limit the existing evidence and its transferability into clinical practice also are explored. Read the Evidence Brief.
Introduction to a Medical Care Special Supplement: The Interdisciplinary Nursing Quality Research Initiative
This special edition of Medical Care provides an overview of the Interdisciplinary Nursing Quality Research Initiative (INQRI) program’s strategy, goals, and impact, highlighting cross-cutting issues addressed by the initiative.
Dissemination and Implementation of Evidence-Based Methods to Measure and Improve Pain Outcomes: Part 1
This evidence brief evaluates the impact of disseminating and implementing pain quality indicators using an audit and feedback process.
Dissemination and Implementation of Evidence-Based Methods to Measure and Improve Pain Outcomes: Part 2
This evidence brief evaluates the impact of implementing multi-faceted pain care quality strategies within a quality improvement framework.
This evidence brief evaluates a diabetes prevention program (DPP) provided by home care nurses to public housing residents at risk for type 2 diabetes, compared to an enhanced standard care control group.
Evidence brief on nursing education capacity
Evidence brief on quality of care provided by advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs)