NICE Shared Learning database: An overview of successfully implemented public health guidance
PHE ePoster Library. Sanabria J. Sep 12, 2019; 274497; 57
Juliana Sanabria
Juliana Sanabria
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Abstract Introduction
The NICE shared learning database is a growing collection of case studies on how NICE guidelines have been successfully implemented in practice. We hypothesise that the case studies could provide contextual information not currently captured by routinely-collected quantitative data. First, we aim to describe the main characteristics of selected case studies of successfully implemented public health guidelines. Second, we explore how these findings could inform guideline surveillance activities at NICE.
Methods
Public health case studies will be extracted from the database and categorised according to pre-specified topic areas. Descriptive information from the case studies will be recorded, such as: setting, activities, barriers, facilitators and reporting gaps. Descriptive features of the guideline will also be collected, such as: guideline date, and related quality standard(s). A convenience sample of guidelines will be checked to see if any themes identified are present in recommendations.
Results
Identified themes around topic area, intervention type, guideline characteristics will be analysed, including:Commonly occuring topics in the database that could act as indirect indicators that recommendations in these areas are more easily implemented.Identification of common themes in implementation activities that could contribute to guideline adherence.Guideline characteristics that could inform which ones are more easily implemented.
Conclusion
From a policy evaluation perspective, these case studies have the potential to provide valuable contextual information on how evidence-based guidelines can be implemented in practice. With insight from these findings, implementation issues could be considered during guideline surveillance which may guide committee discussions and decision-making for planned updates. External funding details
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