Practice Evidence Translation (PET) – Johns Hopkins

Practice Evidence Translation (PET) – Johns Hopkins

Using the following steps found within the translation phase of the Practice Evidence Translation (PET) model developed by Johns Hopkins, select a research result reported in a journal article that supports your PICOT/PICo question (LISTED BELOW). Please respond to the following steps. Please note that wording of the steps may have been modified slightly from the PET so that they help with this posting. Include the permalink at the end of your posting. Practice Evidence Translation (PET) – Johns Hopkins.

-Using references, identity the research result that you could use in your practice setting.


-Determine fit, feasibility, and appropriateness of the result for your practice setting.

-Using Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA), outline an action plan.

-Identify the resources (physical, personal, technology) needed to implement your action plan.

-Determine the criteria that you would use to determine whether the implementation of your project was successful.

-Identify one future research study that would be useful in extending knowledge of your selected project result. Practice Evidence Translation (PET) – Johns Hopkins.

My PICOT question:

Population:Pregnant couples and aspiring parents.

Intervention: Education program on newborn medications

Comparison: Couples who have not gone through the education program.

Outcome: Increase in parental knowledge about the three medications given at birth leading to more newborn receiving their vaccinations at birth. Practice Evidence Translation (PET) – Johns Hopkins.

Time: One year

Use research articles that have to do with medications given to newborns at birth, To answer the questions above.

Please remember, No source older than 5 years! Practice Evidence Translation (PET) – Johns Hopkins