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Patients’ Perceptions Of Interprofessional Collaboration: A Scoping Review, Robynne Gilchrist Miss, Aayesha Kholvadia Dr, William (Bill) Burdick Prof 2024 Department of Human Movement Science, Faculty of Health Sciences, Nelson Mandela University, Gqeberha, South Africa

Patients’ Perceptions Of Interprofessional Collaboration: A Scoping Review, Robynne Gilchrist Miss, Aayesha Kholvadia Dr, William (Bill) Burdick Prof

Patient Experience Journal

Collaboration has emerged as a pivotal element within an intentional person-centred healthcare framework. However, there is a need for evaluative feedback from patients to enhance interprofessional collaboration and its outcomes. The objective of this review was to describe the state of knowledge on the perspectives of patients living with a chronic condition regarding their experiences of interprofessional collaboration. A scoping review across five online databases (EBSCOhost, Google Scholar, PubMed Central, ScienceDirect, and Taylor & Francis Online; February 2023) identified all peer-reviewed literature published in English between the years 2018 and 2023 that reported on patients’ perspectives of, and experiences with, …


Covid-19 Vaccine Perception And Hesitancy Among Uninsured Free Clinic Patients, Samin Panahi, Brenda Spearman, Justine Sundrud, Mason Lunceford, Akiko Kamimura 2024 Department of Sociology, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, USA, and School of Medicine, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, USA

Covid-19 Vaccine Perception And Hesitancy Among Uninsured Free Clinic Patients, Samin Panahi, Brenda Spearman, Justine Sundrud, Mason Lunceford, Akiko Kamimura

Patient Experience Journal

There are many complexities regarding the acceptance of COVID-19 vaccines, mainly because the COVID-19 vaccine had a fast track of development compared to vaccines developed in the past years. The purpose of this study is to understand COVID-19 vaccine perception and hesitancy among uninsured free clinic patients using the theory of planned behavior. This study had seven focus groups with 37 total participants, including 19 Spanish speakers. Free clinic adult patients (over the age of 18) participated in four focus groups during Summer of 2021. The average age of the participants was 44.7, and the majority of the participants self-identified …


Evaluation Of Online Patient Complaints Regarding City Hospitals In Türkiye During The Covid-19 Pandemic: A Content Analysis Study, Canan Çınar, Elif Erbay, Gökçen Çeliker, Ahmet Selçuk Yıldırım 2024 Ankara University

Evaluation Of Online Patient Complaints Regarding City Hospitals In Türkiye During The Covid-19 Pandemic: A Content Analysis Study, Canan Çınar, Elif Erbay, Gökçen Çeliker, Ahmet Selçuk Yıldırım

Patient Experience Journal

The COVID-19 pandemic put tremendous pressure on healthcare systems worldwide, which led to heightened scrutiny of the medical services offered by hospitals. This article aims to evaluate complaints about city hospitals in Türkiye during the COVID-19 pandemic using the Healthcare Complaints Analysis Tool, which includes three main domains and seven problem categories. The complaints submitted by users on the site via “sikayetvar.com” were systematically collected. Document analysis was used as the data collection method, and 925 complaints were included in the analysis. The most common motive for complaining was “just to express” and problems occurred at the stage of admission, …


Healthcare Team Members’ Views On Social Determinants Of Health Screening And Referral Practices In A Pediatric Emergency Department, Jadelynn Nagy, Natalie J. Tedford, Sahlil Ahmed, Sofia Thoms, Akiko Kamimura, Maija Holsti 2024 College of Health, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, USA

Healthcare Team Members’ Views On Social Determinants Of Health Screening And Referral Practices In A Pediatric Emergency Department, Jadelynn Nagy, Natalie J. Tedford, Sahlil Ahmed, Sofia Thoms, Akiko Kamimura, Maija Holsti

Patient Experience Journal

We aimed to explore the healthcare team members’ (HTMs) views on social determinants of health (SDH) screening and referral processes in a pediatric emergency department (PED). We conducted a cross-sectional, mixed-methods study to explore PED HTMs’ views on social care practices at a quaternary-level children’s hospital. The survey was created using a goal identification framework. The survey gathered quantitative and qualitative data by assessing SDH screening practices, comfort and personal habits in screening, prioritization of SDH domains, workflows to perform screening, and perceived barriers to screening. Quantitative data were analyzed using descriptive statistics. Qualitative data were analyzed using thematic analysis …


“Not Your Father’S Heart”: How Healthcare Discrimination For Neurodivergent Patients Taught Me About The Human Experience, Cate Murphy 2024 Co-chair, The Beryl Institute Solution Advisory Board and Director, Samaritan Technologies

“Not Your Father’S Heart”: How Healthcare Discrimination For Neurodivergent Patients Taught Me About The Human Experience, Cate Murphy

Patient Experience Journal

It is easy to assume all patients who come into a hospital for acute crisis care have a clear understanding of how their experience will be facilitated. When a patient is neurodivergent, they cannot always agree to needed intervention. This is exacerbated by the “poor timing” of questions portrayed to impact the critical care received, sometimes irreparably. This is my story of watching my young, active partner suffer two massive heart attacks and refuse intervention because he was ashamed to admit he had not seen a doctor in over thirty years. Due to his neurodivergence, he could not process questions …


Investing In The Bottom Line: The Value Case For Improving Human Experience In Healthcare, Jason A. Wolf, Vishal Bhalla, Brian Carlson, Jennifer Carron, Lanie Dixon, Julie K. Oehlert, Brant J. Oliver 2024 The Beryl Institute / Patient Experience Journal

Investing In The Bottom Line: The Value Case For Improving Human Experience In Healthcare, Jason A. Wolf, Vishal Bhalla, Brian Carlson, Jennifer Carron, Lanie Dixon, Julie K. Oehlert, Brant J. Oliver

Patient Experience Journal

Investment in human experience is imperative for healthcare organizations. It is a strategic focus that can lead to great benefits. Those that overlook experience, seeing it as “simply” about satisfaction or survey data, do so at great cost to their organization, team members, and most importantly those we serve – patients. A commitment to human experience – integrating the patient, workforce, and community experience – is essential for all healthcare organizations in realizing the goals they strive for and the impact they aspire to achieve. It leads to high-quality outcomes for those they care for. It creates a positive environment …


The Evolution Of Patient Experience: From Holistic Care To Human Experience, Corey Adams, Reema Harrison, Jason A. Wolf 2024 Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University

The Evolution Of Patient Experience: From Holistic Care To Human Experience, Corey Adams, Reema Harrison, Jason A. Wolf

Patient Experience Journal

Patient experience has evolved as a critical concept and outcome in health systems internationally. Evolving from consumer-led movements, coupled with shifts in the positioning of patients among clinical professions, the global focus on patient experience is now evident in nationally mandated measurement tools, the creation of dedicated institutional leadership roles, and outlets such as the Patient Experience Journal. By critically analysing the pivotal factors and milestones that have shaped its evolution throughout healthcare history, this review provides an in-depth exploration of the evolution of patient experience. In doing so, the review provides a critical analysis of the application of patient …


Looking Back To Move Forward: The Next Decade And Beyond For Human Experience, Jason A. Wolf 2024 The Beryl Institute / Patient Experience Journal

Looking Back To Move Forward: The Next Decade And Beyond For Human Experience, Jason A. Wolf

Patient Experience Journal

This issue comes out at an important moment for the experience conversation. It was ten years ago from the publication date of this issue on April 30, 2014, that the first issue of Patient Experience Journal (PXJ) was released. PXJ was intended to be a gathering place. A virtual town square for the experience movement where people could and would come together to share ideas and proven practice. This value of collaboration is at the foundation of our very efforts as a global community through The Beryl Institute. Experience is not some secret competitive ingredient in the world of healthcare. …


Preventive Strategies For Elder Abuse Within Hospice Care By Healthcare Professionals, Joshua Eason 2024 Dominican University of California

Preventive Strategies For Elder Abuse Within Hospice Care By Healthcare Professionals, Joshua Eason

Nursing | Student Research Posters

Background: Healthcare professionals providing hospice care need to have particular specialized abilities, empathy, and trust. Unfortunately, some of these medical professionals are unable to provide their patients the care they need, so they will instead abuse and ignore them. Elder abuse must be identified and addressed in hospice care settings if older patients are to have their rights and dignity upheld and a standardized, compassionate end-of-life care program is to be provided for each patient.

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to examine the effectiveness and preventative strategies for elder abuse, implemented by healthcare providers within the hospice care …


Medication Assisted Therapy And First Episode Psychosis: Evaluating Treatment And Readmission Rates, Kayla Sherea Williams BSN, RN, Hannah Lee Brenner BSN, RN, Madison Makenzie Yount BSN, RN, Jacqueline Sharp DNP, APRN, PMHP-BC 2024 University of Tennessee Health Science Center

Medication Assisted Therapy And First Episode Psychosis: Evaluating Treatment And Readmission Rates, Kayla Sherea Williams Bsn, Rn, Hannah Lee Brenner Bsn, Rn, Madison Makenzie Yount Bsn, Rn, Jacqueline Sharp Dnp, Aprn, Pmhp-Bc

Doctor of Nursing Practice Projects

Background The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that each day more than 140 U.S. residents die from drug overdoses, specifically due to opioids. Due to this, alternatives were created to reduce overdoses and ensure safety. Medication assistance therapy (MAT) is an effective form of treatment for people with substance use disorders and is defined as the use of medication in conjunction with counseling or therapy for the treatment of substance use disorders. The efficacy of MAT is used adjunctively with psychotropic medications compared to using no MAT and using psychotropic medications alone with individuals who are experiencing …


Educating Nurses On Frequent Oral Care For Mechanically Ventilated Patients: An Evidence-Based Practice Project Proposal, Grace Alford, Susan Butz, Ruth Chavez, Joy Shoemaker 2024 Otterbein University

Educating Nurses On Frequent Oral Care For Mechanically Ventilated Patients: An Evidence-Based Practice Project Proposal, Grace Alford, Susan Butz, Ruth Chavez, Joy Shoemaker

Doctor of Nursing Practice Scholarly Projects

The final scholarly project proposal is to implement oral care education for nurses in an intensive care unit (ICU). The proposal aims to create a guideline for an investigator to implement oral care recommendations for mechanically ventilated patients in order to reduce ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP). The proposal consists of obtaining VAP data and oral care charting data for the unit studied, steps for providing oral care education, and analysis recommendations. Oral care involves swabbing the patient’s mouth every two hours with a swab and mouthwash. Oral care education would include handouts and direct teaching. The proposal aims to increase oral …


Evaluating Nurses’ Turnover Intention And Organizational Commitment Following Stroke Unit Staffing Changes: An Evidence-Based Quality Initiative, Heather M. Tatusko Phiri 2024 Otterbein University

Evaluating Nurses’ Turnover Intention And Organizational Commitment Following Stroke Unit Staffing Changes: An Evidence-Based Quality Initiative, Heather M. Tatusko Phiri

Doctor of Nursing Practice Scholarly Projects

Nurses are known to be overworked, overwhelmed, undervalued, and understaffed at dangerous levels throughout various inpatient hospital units across the United States (U.S.). Hospital registered nurse (RN) turnover is a significant issue that has accelerated since the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in economic impacts and other burdens for organizations, individuals, and communities. Evidence suggests that evaluating Registered Nurses’ Turnover intention (NTI) and Organizational Commitment (OC) can help maintain a ready and capable team of skilled RNs; however, most healthcare organizations (HCOs) do not collect or analyze NTI and OC data and focus on staffing numbers and monetary incentives to get adequate …


Evaluating Nurses’ Turnover Intention And Organizational Commitment Following Stroke Unit Staffing Changes: An Evidence-Based Quality Initiative, Heather Tatusko 2024 Otterbein University

Evaluating Nurses’ Turnover Intention And Organizational Commitment Following Stroke Unit Staffing Changes: An Evidence-Based Quality Initiative, Heather Tatusko

Doctor of Nursing Practice Scholarly Projects

Nurses are known to be overworked, overwhelmed, undervalued, and understaffed at dangerous levels throughout various inpatient hospital units across the United States (U.S.). Hospital registered nurse (RN) turnover is a significant issue that has accelerated since the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in economic impacts and other burdens for organizations, individuals, and communities. Evidence suggests that evaluating Registered Nurses’ Turnover intention (NTI) and Organizational Commitment (OC) can help maintain a ready and capable team of skilled RNs; however, most healthcare organizations (HCOs) do not collect or analyze NTI and OC data and focus on staffing numbers and monetary incentives to get adequate …


Adaptive Leadership: Nurse Executives Building Organizational Adaptive Capacity During Times Of Crisis, Challenge, And Change, Kristian Poitier 2024 University of Massachusetts Global

Adaptive Leadership: Nurse Executives Building Organizational Adaptive Capacity During Times Of Crisis, Challenge, And Change, Kristian Poitier

Dissertations

Purpose: The purpose of this exploratory phenomenological study was to identify and describe the strategies used by nurse executives in acute care hospitals to build an adaptive capacity based on the five key characteristics of adaptive leadership identified by Heifetz et al. (2009).

Methodology: This qualitative phenomenological study identified and described the perceived impact of adaptive leadership on building an organization’s adaptive capacity as perceived by nurse executives in acute care hospitals, for-profit and not-for-profit, with the title of chief nursing officer (CNO) or chief nurse executive (CNE) in Southeast, West, and North Florida. The researcher was part of a …


05-02-24 Hsc Committee Meeting Agenda, HSC Committee 2024 University of New Mexico

05-02-24 Hsc Committee Meeting Agenda, Hsc Committee

HSC Committee (A subcommittee of the UNM Board of Regents)

05-02-24 HSC Committee Meeting Agenda


Procedural Oxygen Mask Use For Inpatient Bariatric Endoscopy: A Scoping Review, Makinlee Meadows, Marion Millette, Brittany Morgan, Lauren Pegrim, William Collier Phillips, Dwayne Accardo DNP, CRNA, FAANA, Tracy McClinton DNP, AG-ACNP-BC, APRN 2024 University of Tennessee Health Science Center

Procedural Oxygen Mask Use For Inpatient Bariatric Endoscopy: A Scoping Review, Makinlee Meadows, Marion Millette, Brittany Morgan, Lauren Pegrim, William Collier Phillips, Dwayne Accardo Dnp, Crna, Faana, Tracy Mcclinton Dnp, Ag-Acnp-Bc, Aprn

Doctor of Nursing Practice Projects

Purpose/Background

Hypoxia is a severe adverse event that is often associated with sedated endoscopy procedures, and bariatric patients have a significantly higher risk for complications related to oxygenation during sedation due to pathophysiological changes to the respiratory system. This scoping review compares the rate of hypoxemic events with the use of a binasal cannula versus a procedural oxygen mask during inpatient endoscopic procedures in patients aged 19-64 with a BMI greater than 40.

Methods

The scoping review includes control trials with and without randomization, case-control/cohort studies, systematic reviews, and qualitative/descriptive studies. With limited research regarding the PICOT, extending the age …


Comparing The Effects Of The Induction Of Anesthesia With Etomidate To The Induction Of Anesthesia With Midazolam On The Incidence Of In-Hospital Mortality: A Scoping Review, Madison Hayes BSN, RN, Ashley Lynch BSN, RN, Scott Jamison BSN, RN, Mary Joiner BSN, RN, Gray Seymour BSN, RN, Dwayne Accardo DNP, APRN, CRNA, Tracy McClinton, DNP, APRN, AGACNP-BC, EPB-C 2024 University of Tennessee Health Science Center

Comparing The Effects Of The Induction Of Anesthesia With Etomidate To The Induction Of Anesthesia With Midazolam On The Incidence Of In-Hospital Mortality: A Scoping Review, Madison Hayes Bsn, Rn, Ashley Lynch Bsn, Rn, Scott Jamison Bsn, Rn, Mary Joiner Bsn, Rn, Gray Seymour Bsn, Rn, Dwayne Accardo Dnp, Aprn, Crna, Tracy Mcclinton, Dnp, Aprn, Agacnp-Bc, Epb-C

Doctor of Nursing Practice Projects

Purpose/Background

The induction of anesthesia using hypnotic sedatives, such as etomidate and midazolam, is common practice. Etomidate and midazolam are commonly employed in the induction of anesthesia in the septic patient population, each with its unique advantages and drawbacks. This scoping review aims to synthesize evidence on the effects of anesthetic induction with etomidate versus midazolam in adult septic patients, focusing on the incidence of mortality and associated adverse effects during hospitalization. The purpose is to establish a standard of care for anesthetic induction in this population.

Methods

A literature review was conducted from September 2022 to March 2023 utilizing …


Medicinal Treatment Versus Dialysis In End Stage Renal Disease Patients With Perioperative Hyperkalemia: A Scoping Review, Haley Bishop, BSN, RN, Hannah White, BSN, RN, Matthew Wilhaucks, BSN, RN, Ashton Weaver, BSN, RN, Christin Simpson, BSN, RN, Margaret Harvey, PhD, ACNP-BC, CHFN 2024 University of Tennessee Health Science Center

Medicinal Treatment Versus Dialysis In End Stage Renal Disease Patients With Perioperative Hyperkalemia: A Scoping Review, Haley Bishop, Bsn, Rn, Hannah White, Bsn, Rn, Matthew Wilhaucks, Bsn, Rn, Ashton Weaver, Bsn, Rn, Christin Simpson, Bsn, Rn, Margaret Harvey, Phd, Acnp-Bc, Chfn

Doctor of Nursing Practice Projects

No abstract provided.


Referral To In-Person Smoking Cessation Counseling As A Smoking Cessation Aid, Annie Mandrell BSN, RN, Matthew Keathley BSN, RN, Lewis Linden BSN, RN, Laura Reed DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, CNE 2024 University of Tennessee Health Science Center

Referral To In-Person Smoking Cessation Counseling As A Smoking Cessation Aid, Annie Mandrell Bsn, Rn, Matthew Keathley Bsn, Rn, Lewis Linden Bsn, Rn, Laura Reed Dnp, Aprn, Fnp-Bc, Cne

Doctor of Nursing Practice Projects

Referral to In-Person Smoking Cessation Counseling as a Smoking Cessation Aid

Purpose/Background

Smoking increases an individual’s risk of acute and chronic disease morbidity and mortality, as well as creating a financial burden for the individual and healthcare system. In the United States, tobacco smoking is the leading cause of preventable death. There are an estimated 5 million tobacco-related deaths each year due to tobacco smoking. Additional healthcare costs are also seen due to the need for increased treatments, medical supplies, and staffing. Previous research for smoking cessation resources has primarily focused on traditional primary care offices. Research shows that in-person …


A Conceptual Model Of Organizational Compassion In Healthcare, Rachel Thienprayoon, Eli Awtrey, Teresa Pestian, Beth A. Lown, Naomi Winick, Jason Kanov 2024 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

A Conceptual Model Of Organizational Compassion In Healthcare, Rachel Thienprayoon, Eli Awtrey, Teresa Pestian, Beth A. Lown, Naomi Winick, Jason Kanov

Journal of Wellness

Introduction: In healthcare, while the suffering of patients is often evident, the suffering of clinicians receives less focus. Some sources of clinician distress are directly related to constant exposure to patient suffering, but others are caused by the health care system, and thus potentially preventable. Looking at clinician suffering through the lens of compassion fosters a new paradigm of individual, team, and organizational capabilities, and moves the responsibility to alleviate this suffering from the individual onto the organization and team. Yet research into the impact of organizational compassion in healthcare has been extremely limited.

Approach: Our conceptual model of organizational …


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