Though mobilization of patients is everyone’s responsibility, the implementation and evaluation of the MOVE Project requires work from a team of dedicated people.  At your hospital, the three main roles are:

Additionally, you will be working closely with your MOVE Coach and forming your own local MOVE Implementation Team.

The following describes each of these roles and their responsibilities in each of the phases of the project. We also encourage the participation of many other people at your hospital, which will help ensure that the project is a success.

Education Coordinator

PRE-INTERVENTION PHASE

Planning (until ethics approval)

  • Connect with MOVE Coach
  • Engage key stakeholders in MOVE
  • Develop a local MOVE Implementation Team to adapt the educational materials
  • Conduct Readiness Assessment with unit staff
  • Work with Physician Lead to hire a Research Coordinator
  • Participate in monthly Steering Committee Meetings

Pre-Intervention (10 weeks)

  • Work with Research Coordinator to conduct Barriers &Facilitators Assessment with staff, to determine barriers and facilitators to implementing the intervention
  • Coordinate regular MOVE Implementation team meetings
  • Plan education intervention based on Readiness Assessment findings and the Survey, Tailor, Engage, Plan Tool (STEP Tool)
  • Participate in monthly Steering Committee Meetings

INTERVENTION PHASE

Intervention (8 weeks)

  • Deliver intervention
  • Track intervention components that are being delivered using Intervention Tracking Tool
  • Participate in MOVE Steering Committee Meetings
  • Plan for sustainability

POST-INTERVENTION PHASE (20 weeks)

  • Participate in monthly Steering Committee Meetings
  • Sustainability activities

Physician Lead

PRE-INTERVENTION PHASE

Planning (until ethics approval)

  • Connect with MOVE Coach
  • Assist with completing the ethics application
  • Engage key stakeholders in MOVE
  • Work with Education Coordinator to hire a Research Coordinator
  • Participate in monthly Steering Committee Meetings

Pre-Intervention (10 weeks)

  • Participate in monthly Steering Committee Meetings
  • Work with Education Coordinator on the Educational Intervention roll out

INTERVENTION PHASE

Intervention (8 weeks)

  • Support the roll out of the Education Intervention
  • Participate in monthly Steering Committee Meetings
  • Support the recruitment of patients/families and staff to participate in Exit Surveys

POST-INTERVENTION PHASE

Post-Intervention (20 weeks)

  • Participate in MOVE Steering Committee Meetings
  • Sustainability activities

Research Coordinator

PRE-INTERVENTION PHASE

Planning (until ethics approval)

  • Complete training on the following topics:
    • Overview of MOVE
    • Audits
    • Data Entry
  • Coordinate local MOVE Implementation Team meetings and planning for intervention delivery
  • Assist Education Coordinator in conducting Readiness Assessment

Pre-Intervention (10 weeks)

  • Conduct audits twice a week for 10 weeks
  • Enter audit data and submit to MOVE Coach weekly
  • Coordinate MOVE Implementation Team meetings and planning for intervention delivery
  • Adapt and develop hospital-specific intervention materials in collaboration with Education Coordinator
  • Work with Education Coordinator to conduct the Survey, Tailor, Engage, Plan Tool (STEP Tool).

INTERVENTION PHASE

Intervention (8 weeks)

  • Conduct audits twice a week for the duration of the Intervention
  • Enter audit data and submit to MOVE Coach weekly
  • Assist Education Coordinator with the roll out and delivery of the Educational Intervention
  • Track intervention activities
  • Work with Education Coordinator to recruit patients/families and staff for Exit Surveys

POST-INTERVENTION PHASE

Post-Intervention (20 weeks)

  • Conduct audits twice a week for approximately 20 weeks
  • Enter audit data and submit to MOVE Coach weekly
  • Coordinate with local hospital decision support and health records department for data reconciliation
  • Sustainability activities

Local MOVE Implementation Team

The goal of the local MOVE Implementation Team is to develop a team of people at your hospital that will plan the Educational Intervention roll out. The MOVE Implementation Team selects which intervention components will be rolled out at their hospital (based on the results of the STEP Tool), and will work on creating or adapting materials.

Who is involved?

  • The MOVE Implementation Team will be led by the Education Coordinator and th Research Coordinator
  • Other individuals who may have interest in being involved with the intervention should also be included, such as: Advanced Practice Nurses, Clinical Managers, Care assistants, Dieticians, Educators, Nurses, OTs, Pharmacists, Physicians, PTs, Social Workers, etc.

Who will coordinate the MOVE Implementation Team?

  • The Research Coordinator is responsible for coordination, including scheduling meetings, planning the agenda, taking notes, and holding the team accountable for action items.

How often should the MOVE Implementation team meet?

  • Once pre-intervention data is being collected, the MOVE Implementation Team is encouraged to meet bi-weekly, until the end of the intervention.
  • The local MOVE Implementation Team will also participate in post-intervention interviews conducted by the MOVE Central Team