Abstract submission

The Scientific Committee of the 10th Biennial Joanna Briggs Institute Colloquium invites abstract submissions with the theme “Successful implementation of evidence-based practice:Hard work or good luck?”, which will be held in Antwerp, May 2 - 4 2018. 
Submissions are sought for orals and posters and can be made via the online abstract submission system of Leuven University (click button below).

Overview of tracks

Day

Track

number

Title

Short explenation

1

1

Bridging research and practice: models for dissemination and implementation research

What is the effect of different dissemination strategies in successful implementation of evidence; 

1

2

The role of governments in implementation of best practices and research 

How do governments and policy makers influence (facilitate?) the implementation of evidence-based healthcare; How evidence-based is health policy?

1

3

The role of education in implementation of best practices and research

Lack of knowledge and skills are barriers to successful implementation of evidence: how do universities and university colleges cope with the EBP movement?

2

4

Patient involvement in generating evidence and implementation

What about patient platforms? Consumer networks? What is their impact on the development of practice guidelines

2

5

Innovative (ICT) tools to support implementation of EBP

e.g. decision support scripts, apps, connection between EHRs and evidence by means of coding-ICPC, NNN, SNOMED CT ...

2

6

The role of social marketing in EBP implementation

e.g. nudging, triggering, behavioural change, ...

3

7

Tackling the challenges of the evaluation of quality improvement initiatives 

Development of quality indicators in health care

3

8

Implementability as a key concept in successful implementation 

The Guideline Implementability Decision Excellence Model  (GUIDE-M), GLIA, a tool for the appraisal of the implementability of clinical guidelines;

3

9

Research-practice partnerships


Research-practice gap


All authors need to submit a template in the system. This template can be found HERE.
Please note that your submission will not be valid if you don't use this template.
In case of problems, feel free to contact us by mail.

Submit abstract HERE

Important Dates: 
Opening of Call for Abstracts: 20 October 2017
Deadline for Abstract Submission: 15 January 2018
Notification of Abstract Acceptance: February 2018
Deadline for registration for presenters: 30 March 2018

Oral Submissions (15 minutes: 12-minute talk + 3-minute Q&A): 

  • Oral presentations should be focused on one of the 9 tracks
  • The Scientific Committee may at its discretion move an accepted submission into another presentation category to ensure the continuity of the conference programme
  • Presentations should be created in PowerPoint

Poster Submissions: 

  • Poster presenters will be expected to be available during the allocated poster session time on the conference programme
  • The poster should be of A0 size, portrait style and professionally printed. Posters should not be mounted on a rigid backing as they will be displayed on poster display boards
  • Please note that all expenses for the design, printing etc. of the poster are the responsibility of the presenters

 

Abstract Submission Guidelines: 
- Only abstracts submitted in English will be reviewed
- Abstracts should be original work
- An abstract must be submitted using the template, by the presenting author and as both a word and pdf file
- Each presenting author will be allowed a maximum of two (2) ORAL presentations. Any additional accepted
  abstracts from the same presenting author will be assigned as poster presentations.
- Abstracts must not exceed 250 words (excluding the title, authors and affiliations) and should follow the
  instructions on the template
- All abbreviations must be spelled out on first use
- Abstracts should be thoroughly checked for spelling and grammar – either UK or US English is acceptable 
- Only those abstracts formally accepted will be published in the Conference Proceedings as
  submitted. Please ensure you check your data carefully before submitting as changes or additions will not be
  accepted after the Call for Abstracts closes.
- Any initially accepted authors who do not register and pay by 30 March 2018 will have their abstract(s)
  withdrawn.

Please note: 
- Presenters may be video recorded. A recording of the presentation and a copy of the slides may be
  published online after the conference.
- Submitted abstracts, full papers and/or posters may be published in print and online after the conference
- It is the responsibility of the corresponding author to communicate with results with other members of the
  presenting team

Submit abstract HERE

 

Day

Track

number

Title

Short explenation

1

1

Bridging research and practice: models for dissemination and implementation research

What is the effect of different dissemination strategies in successful implementation of evidence; 

1

2

The role of governments in implementation

of best practices and research 

How do governments and policy makers influence (facilitate?) the implementation of evidence-based healthcare; How evidence-based is health policy?

1

3

The role of education in implementation of best practices and research

Lack of knowledge and skills are barriers to successful implementation of evidence: how do universities and university colleges cope with the EBP movement?

2

4

Patient involvement in generating evidence and implementation

What about patient platforms? Consumer networks? What is their impact on the development of practice guidelines

2

5

Innovative (ICT) tools to support implementation of EBP

e.g. decision support scripts, apps, connection between EHRs and evidence by means of coding-ICPC, NNN, SNOMED CT ...

2

6

The role of social marketing in EBP implementation

 

e.g. nudging, triggering, behavioural change, ...

3

7

Tackling the challenges of the evaluation of quality improvement initiatives 

Development of quality indicators in health care

3

8

Implementability as a key concept in successful implementation 

The Guideline Implementability Decision Excellence Model  (GUIDE-M), GLIA, a tool for the appraisal of the implementability of clinical guidelines;

3

9

Research-practice partnerships

 

Research-practice gap

Questions?

In case of any questions or concerns regarding the JBI Colloquium 2018,
please check our FAQ page or send us an email (jbi-colloquium@kuleuven.be)

Abstract submission deadline extended to Friday 23th February
Early Bird registration extended to Wednesday 31th January

Online abstract submission               Early bird registration

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