Change with 1 day training

Lyn Behnke lynbehnke at GMAIL.COM
Sun Jun 3 00:33:22 UTC 2018

Hmm. There is something banging in the back of my mind, but I believe it is related to the type of change you want to make.  Most changes in Medicine/nursing has some system change associated with it now days and it takes a long time to make a “simple” change.  In terms of new research, it takes about 17 years to get the new research into practice.  In terms of documentation changes, the EHR has to change, users have to be taught, programmers have to reprogram and it is quite a complicated procedure.  So, the 1 day of training is lost in all the lag time it takes to make a change.


From: Nick Rainey <nickraineydpt at GMAIL.COM>
Reply-To: Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine <IMPROVEDX at LIST.IMPROVEDIAGNOSIS.ORG>, Nick Rainey <nickraineydpt at GMAIL.COM>
Date: Saturday, June 2, 2018 at 6:21 PM
Subject: [IMPROVEDX] Change with 1 day training


I thought I read something recently either in this group or elsewhere about the difficulty of making actual practice change with a 1 day training. Anyone have any good quotes or written material on this? 

Thanks in advance.


Nick Rainey



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