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Diagnosis as a Team Sport

In a recorded webinar, Dr. David Newman-Toker discusses the benefits of diagnostic teamwork, how to involve other health care professionals and patients as critical members of the diagnostic team, and the barriers to diagnostic teamwork.

Publish Date: 3/3/2017

Patient Safety Conversations | Patient Mobility Program at The Johns Hopkins Hospital

A Johns Hopkins Medicine study found that getting patients moving in the intensive care units (ICUs) improve their outcomes and mobility rates at discharge and decreased time in intensive care. Amy Toonstra, a physical therapist and Cindy Dwyer, a nurse clinician on the surgical intensive care unit at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, developed a mobility program that is a collaboration between patients, their families and bedside nurses to set daily mobility goals and track their progress.

Publish Date: 1/19/2017

#TomorrowsDiscoveries: Eliminating Harm to Patients | Dr. Peter Pronovost

#TomorrowsDiscoveries: Hospitalized patients face the potential for hundreds of complications. See how researchers at Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute work with health care providers, engineers, psychologists and others to eliminate patient harm in healthcare. Learn more about Dr. Pronovost at http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/profil...

Publish Date: 1/19/2017

Patient Safety Conversations | Falls Prevention Program at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Patient safety is top priority at Johns Hopkins Medicine and its Bayview Medical Center—where Stacey Schaab, a performance improvement coordinator, and Linda Goodman, a professional development specialist—identified a safety problem: patient falls.

Publish Date: 1/19/2017

The CUSP Workshop Game | A Journey to Patient Safety

An Armstrong Institute workshop uses an innovative board game to simulate the experience of preparing, launching and sustaining a Comprehensive Unit-based Safety Program (CUSP) team.

Publish Date: 5/15/2015

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Diagnosis as a Team Sport

In a recorded webinar, Dr. David Newman-Toker discusses the benefits of diagnostic teamwork, how to involve other health care professionals and patients as critical members of the diagnostic team, and the barriers to diagnostic teamwork.

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Patient Safety Conversations | Falls Prevention Program at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Patient safety is top priority at Johns Hopkins Medicine and its Bayview Medical Center—where Stacey Schaab, a performance improvement coordinator, and Linda Goodman, a professional development specialist—identified a safety problem: patient falls.

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#TomorrowsDiscoveries: Eliminating Harm to Patients | Dr. Peter Pronovost

#TomorrowsDiscoveries: Hospitalized patients face the potential for hundreds of complications. See how researchers at Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute work with health care providers, engineers, psychologists and others to eliminate patient harm in healthcare. Learn more about Dr. Pronovost at http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/profil...

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Patient Safety Conversations | Patient Mobility Program at The Johns Hopkins Hospital

A Johns Hopkins Medicine study found that getting patients moving in the intensive care units (ICUs) improve their outcomes and mobility rates at discharge and decreased time in intensive care. Amy Toonstra, a physical therapist and Cindy Dwyer, a nurse clinician on the surgical intensive care unit at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, developed a mobility program that is a collaboration between patients, their families and bedside nurses to set daily mobility goals and track their progress.

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The CUSP Workshop Game | A Journey to Patient Safety

An Armstrong Institute workshop uses an innovative board game to simulate the experience of preparing, launching and sustaining a Comprehensive Unit-based Safety Program (CUSP) team.

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Improving Care for Mechanically Ventilated Patients

Sean Berenholtz, M.D., explains the importance of removing patients from mechanical ventilation as soon as safely possible in order to prevent short- and long-term harms. He outlines three groups of interventions to achieve this goal and describes a national quality improvement project that hospitals can join to improve outcomes for ventilated patients. Armstrong is currently recruiting for the project’s last cohort. Hospitals must send their letter of commitment by July 15. For more information, visit the project website.

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CDC and Johns Hopkins Develop Ebola Training Modules for Health Care Workers

Johns Hopkins Medicine led the creation of an interactive online training program for nurses and physicians based on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Ebola guidance for health care workers.