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26 Improving Inpatient Sleep Quality in the Acute Care SettingCrockett, Mindy; Lynch, Keisa2020POSTER
27 Increasing Insulin Access Awareness in the Acute Care SettingPlott, Ashton; Litchman, Michelle2020POSTER
28 Improving Burn Nursing through Burn Specific Skills DayOrr, Mindy; Alderden, Jenny; Gauthier, Kristy2020POSTER
29 A Framework for Providers and Nurses: Standardizing Interdisciplinary Patient Rounds Further Improving Collaborative CommunicationSearle, Alexia R.2020POSTER
30 A Framework for Providers and Nurses: Standardizing Interdisciplinary Patient Rounds Further Improving Collaborative CommunicationSearle, Alexia R.2020Background: When it comes to patient rounds, there continues to be a lack of team communication between medical providers and Registered Nurses. Nationally, only 30% of patient rounds take place with both medical providers and Registered Nurses present. This lack of interdisciplinary communication i...
31 Improving Provider Knowledge and Referral Practice of Patients with Drug Resistant Epilepsy to a Comprehensive Epilepsy CenterAschkenase, Thérèse Anne2020Background: Drug Resistant Epilepsy (DRE) occurs when two adequate trials of tolerated and appropriately chosen anti-seizure drugs fail to control seizures, and is associated with excess morbidity and mortality. Surgical treatment of DRE is one of the most underutilized evidence-based therapeutic in...
32 Provider Perceptions of the Tele Critical Care Patient Transfer ProcessZoBell, David2020Background: Research has demonstrated how interfacility transfer of critically ill patients can be associated with adverse outcomes. A tele critical care (TCC) driven patient transfer process has been instituted by a large hospital system based in the intermountain west, but at this time it has not ...
33 Implementing Sedation Vacation, Spontaneous Breathing Trial, and Confusion Assessment Method in a Medical Intensive Care UnitBryden, Allyson2020Background: According to the Society of Critical Care Medicine, more than 5 million Americans are admitted to intensive care units (ICUs) annually. Of these admissions, 20%-40% require mechanical ventilation. Patients on mechanical ventilation usually receive continuous sedation medication. Such sed...
34 Early Septicemia Recognition and Intervention Education for the Pre-Hospital SettingGrange, Emily S.2020Background: Sepsis is a persistent issue globally and causes nearly 270,000 deaths in the United States each year, placing a significant burden on the US economy and the health care system. Over 40% of patients diagnosed with sepsis arrive at the Emergency Department (ED) via Emergency Medical Servi...
35 Identifying and Addressing Barriers to Timely Admission from the Emergency Department to Medical/Surgical FloorDewey, Karen2020Background: Visits to Emergency Departments (ED) are increasing, which in turn increases the number of admissions from the ED to the inpatient medical/surgical floor. These increases have led to crowding in the ED, resulting in boarding of patients awaiting admission. Boarding in the ED has been lin...
36 Improving Inpatient Sleep Quality in the Acute Care SettingCrockett, Mindy2020Background: Hospitalized patients are at risk of experiencing an increase in sleep disruptions and a decrease in quality of sleep. Illness, pain, medical interventions, treatments, and the hospital environment can lead to poor sleep. Poor sleep quality can lead to many adverse effects, including ...
37 Improving Burn Nursing through Burn Specific Skills DayOrr, Mindy2020Background. The American Burn Association recently published a consensus-derived list of eleven standardized burn nursing competencies that nationwide burn unit nursing staff need to maintain. These competencies were published to help direct the educational priorities for burn nursing to ensure the ...
38 Assessing Refugee Utilization of Healthcare SystemsKueneman, Erica2020Background: The state of Utah does not systematically evaluate refugee healthcare programs and utilization. Two organizations in the Greater Salt Lake City Valley, Utah provide critical healthcare education and healthcare access to refugees. These two institutions do not have the means to assess the...
39 Improving Sleep Quality for Critically Ill Patients in a Cardiovascular Intensive Care UnitAlmberg, Lexi2020Background: Intensive care unit (ICU) care entails the need to continually interact with the patient for medically necessary assessments and interruptions creating increased levels in noise during sleeping hours. Sleep deprivation is harmful to critically ill patients leading to increased hospital l...
40 Miscarriage in the Emergency Department: A Guideline for Emergency Room Nurses in the Emotional Care of the Miscarrying PatientAnderson, Autumn2019POSTER
41 Effectiveness of an Educational Intervention to Increase ICU Nurses' Delirium Knowledge and Documentation of the CAM-ICU ToolLathem, Mallory2019POSTER
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