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Redesigning Hospital Diabetes Education: A Qualitative Evaluation With Nursing Teams.

by Smith, Kelly M; Baker, Kelley M; Bardsley, Joan; McCartney, Patricia Robin; Magee, Michelle.
Citation: Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 34(2):151-157, 2019 Apr/Jun..Journal: Journal of nursing care quality.Published: ; 2019ISSN: 1057-3631.Full author list: Smith KM; Baker KM; Bardsley JK; McCartney P; Magee M.UI/PMID: 30028413.Subject(s): *Clinical Competence | Diabetes Mellitus/th [Therapy] | *Diabetes Mellitus | Focus Groups | *Health Education/mt [Methods] | Hospitals, Teaching | Humans | Internet | *Models, Educational | *Nurse Administrators/ed [Education] | *Nursing Staff, Hospital/ed [Education] | Patient Education as Topic | Qualitative Research | TabletsInstitution(s): MedStar Health Research Institute | MedStar Washington Hospital CenterDepartment(s): MedStar Institute for Quality and Safety | AVP, Core Scientific Services | Nursing | Medicine/EndocrinologyActivity type: Journal Article.Medline article type(s): Journal ArticleOnline resources: Click here to access online Digital Object Identifier: https://dx.doi.org/10.1097/NCQ.0000000000000349 (Click here) Abbreviated citation: J Nurs Care Qual. 34(2):151-157, 2019 Apr/Jun.Local Holdings: Available online from MWHC library: February 1998 - present.Abstract: BACKGROUND: Methods to deliver diabetes education are needed to support patient safety and glycemic control in the transition from hospital to home.Abstract: PURPOSE: This study examined barriers and facilitators of integrating web-based, iPad-delivered diabetes survival skills education (DSSE) into the nursing inpatient unit workflow.Abstract: METHODS: Nurses, nurse managers, and patient care technicians (PCTs) from 3 medical-surgical and 2 behavioral health units participated in semistructured interviews and focus groups.Abstract: RESULTS: Four themes emerged: educational program and content; platform usability; tablet feasibility (eg, theft prevention, infection control, and charging); and workflow considerations. Behavioral health unit-specific concerns were also identified. Findings indicated that nurses and PCTs were eager to find approaches to deliver DSSE.Abstract: CONCLUSIONS: Implementation of a web-based DSSE program for inpatients needs adaptation to overcome challenges at the patient, care team, and process levels.

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