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Barriers and facilitators towards implementing the Sepsis Six care bundle (BLISS- 1): a mixed methods investigation using the theoretical domains framework.

Source
Scandinavian journal of trauma, resuscitation and emergency medicine
Year of publication
2017
Abstract
This study describes a systematic, replicable method for identifying targets for behavior change in order to improve performance of the Sepsis Six. There were common barriers relating to lack of staffing and other resources, variable audit and feedback, variable communication, leadership and teamwork amongst staff groups. However there was a good knowledge and skill-base relating to the Sepsis Six, firm belief in the positive consequences of the bundle, and strong beliefs in it being part of each participant’s role to identify septic patients and perform the bundle. Hospitals could use theory-based methods such as this to systematically identify barriers and facilitators towards their own sepsis bundle performance.
Date added
17/11/2017
Created by
Sarah Thomas
Published by
Current Awareness Service for Health