MOVIN shows statistically significant changes in ambulation frequency, distances, and staff documentation behaviors between pre-intervention to post intervention phases.
- This has been done through a mechanistic pathway that results in a shift in both nurse behaviors and unit culture
- These changes sustained for > 4 years on the intervention unit.
MOVIN was designed based on a systems model and real world experiences of nurses. MOVIN is applied at an inpatient unit level and is appropriate for any of the 6,210 hospitals in the United States.
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