Assessing the implementation of TickiT® during group clinic sessions with patients who have neonatal brachial plexus injury (NBPI): a quality improvement study

Capstone Summary:

- Lack of consistency in how the tool was introduced into the clinic and evaluated over time in terms of its feasibility​
- It was often unclear how the clinicians would use TickiT® to improve or inform clinical practices in terms of translating the survey results into actions or innovations in their clinic area.

- Lack of consistency in how the tool was introduced into the clinic and evaluated over time in terms of its feasibility​
- It was often unclear how the clinicians would use TickiT® to improve or inform clinical practices in terms of translating the survey results into actions or innovations in their clinic area.

Capstone Team: 

Ms. Beth Cruchley, BA, Psychology MHScTR BA, Psychology MHScTR

The Hospital for Sick Children The Hospital for Sick Children
Research Coordinator Research Coordinator

 

Capstone Supervisor:

Prof. Joseph Ferenbok, PhD

Translational Research Program Temerty Faculty of Medicine University of Toronto
Revolutionary Translator Director

Capstone Advisory Committee:

Dr. Jennifer Stinson, PhD RN-EC CPNP

Nursing, Paediatrics, University of Toronto Chronic Pain Program Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, SickKids| Child Health Evaluative Sciences
Associate Professor, Nurse Practitioner, Scientist

Miriam Kaufman,

SickKids
Paediatrician and adolescent health specialist

Emily S. Ho, Ph.D., M.Ed., OT Reg. (Ont.)

SickKids
Occupational Therapist, Manager of Clinical Research

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