Case study - Clinica las Condes
The Best Practice Guideline (BPG) Program has supported the leadership and influence of thousands of Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO) Best Practice (BP) Champions as change agents engaged in the implementation of evidence-based practice changes.
For example, at Clínica las Condes (CLC), a Latin American Best Practice Spotlight Organization® (BPSO®) BPSO Clínica Las Condes (@bpso_clinicalascondes) • Instagram photos and videos, in Santiago, Chile, BP Champions are committed volunteers consisting mostly of nurses and other health professionals. Their leadership is evident in the multiple activities they lead, including:
- reviewing guidelines and organizational policies, and motivating colleagues;
- presenting bi-annual guideline recommendations at clinical services meetings, and
- ensuring adherence to practice changes in their clinical units (Serna Restrepo et al., 2018).
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