StrokeEd 2024 Lecture Series: Introduction to de-implementation of low-value practices in health

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Description: Low-value practices lack robust evidence or have no benefit; some of these practices may even be harmful, waste time and money. Therefore, ceasing low-value practices is a priority in health. When people are treated with rehabilitation, medical or nursing practices that are low-value, they consume resources that are better directed toward evidence-based care. This presentation will introduce the audience to the concept of de-implementation of low-value care and where to start the de-implementation journey.  During the session, information will be given on how to identify a low-value practice. Real-world examples will be given.

Learning objectives: By the end of the presentation, attendees should be able to:

  • – Define de-implementation and low-value care
  • – Name theories and frameworks used in de-implementation to guide health professionals
  • – Provide examples of de-implementation

Presenter:  Jake McMahon, PhD Candidate (current), Master of Advanced Nursing Practice. PhD candidate with Australian Catholic University (ACU) within the NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence (CRE) in Wiser Wound Care, and working at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne (SVHM).

Time: Tuesday 20th Feb 2024, 6.00pm-7.00pm AEDT

* London/ UK/ Ireland BST = 7am / Copenhagen = 8am / Brisbane = 5pm / Perth = 3pm / Adelaide = 5.30pm / Auckland = 8pm / Singapore = 3pm / Ottawa = 2am

Cost: Free

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Online format: This presentation will be delivered as a Zoom Webinar. Registrants will receive an email several days before the event, with a personal link associated with their email address.  The lecture will be attended by up to 500 registrants, and will also be recorded and made available free via the StrokeEd “Resources’ library.

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