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The DCE is a type of survey commonly used to measure preferences around the provision of health carePurpose StatementTo describe and compare patients' and nurses' preferences for the implementation of bedside handoverResearch QuestionPatient and nurse preferences for implementation of bedside handover: Dothey agree? OutcomeAll participants strongly support handover at the bedside and want patientsto participate although patient and nurse preferences for various aspects ofbedside handover differSettingTwo Australian hospitals.SampleAdult patients (n=401) and nurses (n=200) recruited from medical wards.MethodA discrete choice experiment (DCE) was used to elicit the preferences of patients in and nurses working on medical wards across two Australian hospitals.Key Findings of the StudyBoth patient and nurse participants preferred handover at the bedside rather than elsewhere (P<.05).Recommendations of the ResearcherThe study identified areas where patient and nurse preferences differed, particularly around enabling family and friends to participate and how sensitive information is handed over. An understanding of these factors and their consideration in the development of frameworks guiding the process and design of bedside handover can be expected to improve the implementation of this important patient‐centred safety initiative in hospitals, such that it is most acceptable to patients and more likely to be implemented by nurses.8
PICOT STATEMENT - IMPROVING PATIENT SAFETY AND SATISFACTIONCriteria Article 5APA-Formatted Article Citation with PermalinkFord, Y., Heyman, A., & Chapman, Y. (2014). Patients' Perceptions of Bedside Handoff: The Need for a Culture of Always. Retrieved from 10.1097/NCQ.0000000000000056How Does the Article Relate to the PICOT Question?Bedside handoff with patient engagement not only meets the Joint Commission standards but also contributes to improved patient safetyQuantitative, Qualitative (How do you know?)Quantitative: This study identifies patients' perceptions of the bedside handoff through direct and quantitative measurement. The statistically significant findings from a survey of 103 medical surgical adult patients demonstrate that registered nurse bedside handoff has a positive effect on patient perceptions of safety, understanding, and satisfaction.Purpose StatementThe purpose of this study was to identify patients' perceptions of the bedside handoff by means of direct and quantitative measurement.Research Questionto identify patients' perceptions of bedside handoffs by directly asking patients about their experiences.OutcomeThe findings demonstrate that RN bedside handoff has a positive impact on patients' perceptions of safety, understanding, and satisfaction, but onlywhen it is done consistently.SettingThe study was conducted on 2 inpatient medical-surgical departments at Borgess Medical Center, a regional medical center in southwest Michigan.SampleA convenience sample of prospective patient participants was identified from the inpatient census of the 2 nursing departments9
PICOT STATEMENT - IMPROVING PATIENT SAFETY AND SATISFACTIONMethodOnce it was determined that a patient met the inclusion criteria, a research assistant approached the patient to introduce the study and invite the patient to participate. The research assistant obtained informed consent