Wales Centre for Evidence Based Care - A Joanna Briggs Institute Centre of Excellence
A global reach collaboration - Joanna Briggs Institute aiming to develop the science of implementation and promote evidence-based practice.
We promote evidence-based practice through the development and evaluation of internationally excellent systems for evidence appraisal, translation and utilisation.
As a global-reach - collaboration | Joanna Briggs Institute (jbi.global) we have an inclusive approach to evidence in order to produce usable "real world" clinical guidelines.
We offer consultancy and guidance on the production of systematic reviews and implementation projects using the Joanna Briggs Institute appraisal, implementation and management tools.
These are specifically designed to assist healthcare professionals in implementing evidence-based practice and provide the best possible patient care. We can deliver a bespoke one day training programme, for a minimum of six delegates, ‘Translating evidence into Practice,’ which can be delivered in your workplace.
Training opportunities we offer
JBI Evidence Based Clinical Fellowship Programme
The JBI Evidence Based Clinical Fellowship Programme provides clinicians, managers, policy makers and quality managers in healthcare with proven approaches to implementing evidence into practice. During the programme participants:
- further develop their clinical leadership skills and strengths
- conduct clinical audits and engage in quality improvement processes
- become familiar with frameworks and software to get research into practice and to apply practically clinical evidence
- develop and execute strategies to implement evidence-based practice in their own work environment.
Date: to be confirmed
Venue: Cardiff University
Find out more about the JBI Evidence Based Clinical Fellowship Programme
JBI Clinical Leadership Workshop
The Clinical Leadership Workshop is a dynamic and interactive one-day workshop that is based on the best available evidence regarding clinical leadership. Open to clinical leaders and aspiring leaders from all healthcare disciplines, this transformative JBI workshop equips health professionals with information and practical techniques to create a more positive, personal and professional culture in the workplace.
Venue: Cardiff University
Find out more about the JBI Clinical Leadership Workshop and register your interest
JBI Comprehensive Systematic Review Training
Our JBI Comprehensive Systematic Review (CSR) Training Program is designed to prepare researchers and clinicians to develop, conduct and report comprehensive systematic reviews of qualitative and quantitative evidence, following the about-jbi - About | Joanna Briggs Institute approach and using JBI SUMARI.
Dates: 21 June 2021 - 25 June 2021
Venue: Cardiff University (Virtual)
We work closely with the following organisations:
Uwch Ddarlithydd: Nyrsio Oedolion a Cyfarwyddwr Technoleg ac Efelychu
- +44 29 206 87810
Uwch-Ddarlithydd: Nyrsio Gofal Sylfaenol ac Iechyd y Cyhoedd; Cyfarwyddwr Derbyn a Recriwtio
- +44 (0)29 225 10672
Darllennydd: Iechyd Meddwl , Anableddau Dysgu a Gofal Seicogymdeithasol
- +44(0) 29 206 87298
Uwch-Ddarlithydd: Nyrsio Oedolion
- Siarad Cymraeg
- +44 (0)29 2068 87818
This is a one day programme that can be specifically tailored to your organisational needs. For a minimum of 6 delegates we will provide an overview of current implementation science methods and work with you on current practice issues to develop and implement solutions.
For enquiries please contact Dr Judith Carrier or Dr Jane Harden.
Evaluations from participants of a previous comprehensive systematic review (CSR) 5 day training programme included:
'Just to say thank you for a really great week. Who would have thought that learning about Systematic Reviews could be such fun!'
'A really great week, much to take away - thanks all!'
'I would like to add my hearty thanks for your kindness and generosity of spirit over last week. It is a marker of excellence that all that expertise was shared in such an enjoyable way. Thank you!'
'Thank you all for the brilliant week'