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E-Repository Working Group Lyn Hardy, PhD, RN, FAAN Director, Data Science & Discovery Associate Professor June 2018 Workgroup Members

Jane Carrington, PhD, RN, FAAN Judith Effken, PhD, RN, FAAN, FACMI Charlotte Weaver, PhD, RN, FAAN, FHIMSS Mary Beth Slebodnik, BSN, MLS Dominque Tobbell, PhD Bonnie Westra, PhD, RN, FAAN, FACMI

Workgroup Purpose House exemplars of best practices, in a vendorneutral way, to prevent the need to start from scratch with each EHR implementation Increase learning, sharing wisdom and lessons learned Create the ability to build upon prior generations Prevent process redundancy Objective E-Repository development supporting

Sharing and disseminating nursing best practice standards, tools, and concepts Collaboration and dissemination of nursing products and ideas A creative and collaborative digital environment globally accessible Our Journey Virginia Henderson Library hosting an e-Library

10 work groups formed 2017 2016 Work groups expanded Transforming

Nursing Documentation WG formed 2014 WG spinoff looking at a repository for nursing documentation of best practices

2015 2018 Need to evaluate erepository workflow and determine best methods to disseminate nursing best practices Off and Running in 2019 Out of the gate, the team Determined the need to

compare multiple e-repository options Reframed the pilot project looking deeper into existing use and interest Considered more open and easily accessible options Accomplishments Faculty Survey: usability, user friendliness of Virginia Henderson Repository

57% of nursing faculty knew of the repository 26% of faculty who knew of repository used it REDCap usability survey for data entry 3 respondents 1 noted difficulties using Virginia Henderson site Submission was rejected Accomplishments - 2 Discussion pros and cons of Virginia Henderson Repository and development of

new repository to be linked with Nursing Big Data LinkedIn site Framework and criteria development Logistics of housing the e-repository in the LinkedIn site Usability Dissemination needs and abilities Next Steps LinkedIn site interface Phase 1

Landing page development Process development and testing Linkage of submission to work groups Initial upload testing Phase 2

Increased usability Extension of upload process Continued process evaluation We need your help Heres Where Team Work Comes In Testing the process

Link to document submission form (fillable PDF) Request completion of the form Email form to Lyn Hardy ( [email protected]) Provide feedback on the form and process Phase 2 PDF will become online form

Ask them to send you a designated workgroup member for submitting resources Workgroup member will be registered and able to submit List of potential resources you want to share Teams Rule!! We cannot do this without your help! Please take a few minutes to electronically complete the

form and provide comments! Questions Lyn Hardy, PhD, RN, FAAN Director, Data Science, Ohio State University Email: [email protected]

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