The Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario's (RNAO) Best Practice Guideline Program invites you to apply to be a stakeholder reviewer for one of our future best practice guidelines (BPG).
What is a stakeholder reviewer?
Stakeholder reviewers provide us with feedback on draft BPGs, and are essential players in our guideline development process. They can be nurses, other health professionals, persons with lived experience and their family/support members, knowledgeable administrators or funders of health-care services.
What will I get out of this?
If selected as a stakeholder reviewer, you can:
- contribute insight, knowledge, expertise and/or lived experience perspectives
- help us make sure that we are drawing on multiple perspectives to inform high-quality guideline development
What is involved?
RNAO asks stakeholder reviewers to commit several hours of their time to:
- review the guideline
- provide feedback and suggestions through an online questionnaire
We will provide you with a period of two to three weeks for guideline review and feedback.
To apply, please complete a short stakeholder review application form. Currently we are only recruiting for the following BPGs:
- Addressing Anti-Black Racism
- Diabetic Foot Ulcers
- Delirium, Dementia, and Depression
- Person- and Family- Centred Care
- Pressure Injuries
- Suicidal Ideation