Supplemental Resources/Education Materials
I selected to review the 2015 Guidelines Highlights. I was immediately impressed that it was available in many different languages, making it accessible to a larger audience. These guidelines contained figures for the new classifications, along with the level of evidence. I appreciated that even though this is targeting a large population, it used meta-analysis and other terms appropriate for health sciences. This read like a summary and was very easy to point out the important changes. There is also a corresponding online course that “helps healthcare providers and systems to bridge the gap” between the new guidelines and renewal courses institutions are already offering.
Bentley, T. (Ed) (2009). Innovation and diffusion as a theory of change. In Second International Handbook of Educational Change (pp 29-46). Springer: Netherlands.