Note: The image above is comprised of the 2019 in-person and the 2020 virtual event
The symposium will provide a forum for Best Practice Spotlight Organizations (BPSO) to share their experiences related to best practice guideline (BPG) implementation strategies, evaluation and sustainability.
On Nov. 3, 2022 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET, BPSOs will discuss the knowledge they have gained, lessons learned and share successful strategies with the BPSO community. BPSOs will showcase their work through presentations, discussions and a virtual poster gallery.
Symposium registration and poster upload demo
Watch the video below for instructions on how to register for the BPSO Symposium and upload your poster/s.
RNAO's Best Spotlight Organization (BPSO) program
Virtual Poster Gallery
Through the virtual poster gallery, BPSOs will have a chance to showcase their work and share one or more of the following:
- implementation tools/resources they have developed
- key milestones they are proud of
- manuscripts they have been successful in publishing
- implementation plans for the coming year
- approaches used to mobilize and engage champions or implementation teams
- approaches used to sustain guideline implementation with a focus on outcomes
The virtual posters are categorized by BPSO designation status, health-care sector, BPSO process and clinical and healthy work environment BPGs. Each poster features contact information provided by the BPSO to allow networking and follow-up discussion.
Note: RNAO has not vetted or endorsed the posted items as they are posted by the BPSO contact.
Meet our new BPSO designates
The goals of the Leading Change Toolkit™ are to promote health-care excellence at the point-of-care, and to create sustainable evidence-informed cultures. Structured processes guided by the Knowledge-to-Action Framework will help organizations understand their context and embrace dynamic change. Social movement approaches will promote engagement of point-of-care practitioners seeking to deliver safe and excellent care.
This network is made up of thousands of nurses and other health-care providers who are passionate about evidence-based practice and improving care in their organization. Once an individual completes the best practice champion training, they are automatically registered in the network.
The Advanced Clinical Practice Fellowship (ACPF) program provides registered nurses (RN) and nurse practitioners (NP) the opportunity to have a focused self-directed learning experience to develop clinical, leadership or best practice guideline implementation knowledge and skills, with support from a mentor(s), the organization where the RN/NP is employed and RNAO.