Évaluer les résultats d’initiatives infirmières complexes : enseignements tirés de la Stratégie nationale d’administration de la chimiothérapie, un projet de l’ACIO/CANO

Sally Thorne, Laura Rashleigh, Tracy Truant, Renée Hartzell, Maureen McQuestion

Abstract


Comme les interventions infirmières ont tendance à être complexes et dynamiques, l’évaluation de leur incidence sur les soins et les systèmes de soins est un défi de taille bien connu. Les organisations infirmières qui cherchent à évaluer l’incidence de leurs efforts se trouvent souvent frustrées par le fossé existant entre l’idéal de la recherche en évaluation et les ressources dont elles disposent. Nous allons décrire, dans cet article, un processus à la fois pratique et maniable élaboré en vue de relever un tel défi en matière d’évaluation. Nous avons utilisé une approche d’investigation en trois phases ainsi qu’un modeste financement organisationnel et un apport de temps réaliste de la part de membres bénévoles pour parvenir à une compréhension significative des résultats croisés issus de la mise en œuvre de la Stratégie nationale d’administration de la chimiothérapie de l’ACIO/CANO. Notre expérience nous amène à voir bien du mérite au niveau du processus et des résultats de cette forme d’évaluation ciblée.


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