Some types of nudges may promote guideline adherence

Some types of nudges may promote guideline adherence

Clinical nudges, when geared towards increasing the salience of information, providing feedback and implementing default order sets in electronic systems, were “generally effective” in promoting adherence to guidelines, researchers wrote.However, the systematic review lacked data on the effectiveness of other types of nudges, including “anticipated error reduction, structuring of complex problems, and understanding mapping,” Onyi Nwafor, PhD, an assistant professor at the Bryan School of Business and Economics, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and colleaguesRead More

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