Un jeu pour initier la réflexion sur le changement en pharmacie – article

Dans le blogue du 12 mars 2015, nous vous avions partagé l’affiche présentée au congrès de l’APES qui avait pour objectif de présenter le jeu de simulation élaboré afin que les gestionnaires en pharmacie puisse réfléchir à leur gestion du changement.

Nous sommes heureux de vous annoncer que l’article de ce projet a maintenant été publié.

Le résumé se trouve ci-dessous :

OBJECTIVES:
The primary objective was to rank barriers to change in pharmacy practice. Our secondary objective was to create a simulation game to stimulate reflection and discussion on the topic of change management.

METHODS:
The game was created by the authors and used during a symposium attended by 43 hospital pharmacy leaders from all regions of Canada (Millcroft Conference, Alton, Ontario, June 2013). The main theme of the conference was ‘managing change’.

KEY FINDINGS:
The simulation game, the rating of 35 barriers to change and the discussion that followed provided an opportunity for hospital pharmacy leaders to reflect on potential barriers to change, and how change might be facilitated through the use of an organized approach to change, such as that described in Kotter’s eight-step model.

CONCLUSIONS:
This simulation game, and the associated rating of barriers to change, provided an opportunity for a group of hospital pharmacy leaders in Canada to reflect on the challenges associated with managing change in the healthcare setting. This simulation game can be modified and used by pharmacy practitioners in other countries to help identify and rank barriers to change in their particular pharmacy practice setting.

Vous pouvez consulter notre article publié dans l’International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, accessible sur PubMed.

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