Comment1 Relying on the use of technology to show evidence and
Comment1 Relying on the use of technology to show evidence and convince others of the importance of a change happening is a very good strategy. In my opinion, the first thing I must do is a small analysis or questionnaire to identify the different learning styles of those involved. But according to the specialists it is advisable to use a mixed teaching strategy that includes all the styles to have a better success. Regardless of their learning style, individuals learn best when they partake in a variety of multisensory activities. Its best to try and plan out activities that are suited for visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learners (Cox, 2018). The best way to mix all styles is to motivate all the senses of our audience. This can be achieved through the visualization or projection of a video, according to Encore, 2018, nothing captures attention more effectively than beautiful visuals. An event which greatly captures the attention of the audience via their sight makes the event memorable by enhancing the ability of the audience to recollect specific moments. This collection of the most memorable moments, is what interests us that our audience captures. In the video should be emphasized, or should be highlighted at a specific time, the importance or impact, which will have the change in those involved. Comment2 According to the World Health Organization (WHO), a health technology is the application of organized knowledge and skills in the form of devices, medicines, vaccines, procedures and systems developed to solve a health problem and improve quality of lives(health technology, n.d.). My EBP is the education of nursing/security staff on assessment skills to recognize decompensation of mental health patients, to implement my project I think I will use power point, and a plastic card system to attach to all staff IDs. The computer system at my facility is very archaic, there is no way of flagging a patient or tasking a nurse. Also when the nurse is in front of the patient, this is the time for the quick assessment, and no computer is available. The card system will bullet point key objectives to recognize decompensation during encounter.