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The Task Force then engaged a panel of four content experts selected for their work on handoffs in the fields of nursing, information technology, human factors engineering, and hospital medicine. Similar to clinical guideline development by professional societies, the Task Force used a combination of evidence-based review and expert opinions to propose recommendations. Literature Review A PubMed search was performed for English language articles published from January to January , using the following keywords: handover, handoff, hand-off, shift change, signout, or sign-out.
Articles were eligible if they presented results from a controlled intervention to improve handoffs at shift change or service change, by any health profession. Articles that appeared potentially relevant based on their title were retrieved for full-text review and included if deemed eligible by at least two reviewers. Eligible studies were abstracted by individual members of the Handoff Task Force using a structured form Appendix Figure 1 , and abstractions were verified by a second member.
Handoff related outcome measures were categorized as referring to 1 patient outcomes, 2 staff outcomes, or 3 system outcomes. Because studies included those from nursing and other industries, interventions were evaluated by abstractors for their applicability to routine hospitalist handoffs. The literature review was supplemented by review of expert consensus or policy white papers that described recommendations for handoffs. The list of white papers was generated utilizing a common internet search engine Google , as well as a hand-search of references from the literature review.
Peer and Expert Panel Review The Task Force generated draft recommendations, which were revised through interactive discussions until consensus was achieved. These recommendations were then presented at a workshop to an audience of approximately hospitalists, case managers, nurses, and pharmacists at the SHM Annual Meeting.
During the workshop, participants were asked to cast up to 3 votes for recommendations that should be removed. Those recommendations that received more than 20 votes for removal were then discussed.
Participants also had the opportunity to anonymously suggest new recommendations or revisions using index cards, which were reviewed by 2 workshop faculty, assembled into themes, and immediately presented to the group. Through group discussion of prevalent themes, additional recommendations were developed. Four content experts were then asked to review a draft paper, which summarized the literature review, discussion at the SHM meeting, and handoff recommendations.
Their input regarding the process, potential gaps in the literature, and additional items of relevance, was incorporated into this final manuscript.
The Level of Evidence behind each recommendation is graded as A from multiple large randomized controlled trials , B from smaller or limited randomized trials, or non-randomized studies , or C based primarily on expert consensus.
A recommendation with Level of Evidence B or C should not imply that the recommendation is not supported. Of these studies, 3 were derived from nursing literature and the remaining were tests of technology solutions or structured templates Table 1.
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