Dynamics 2013 Conference Presentations
Shattering the Silence: Voices of Advocacy in Critical Care Nursing
September 22 to 24, 2013
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- Respiratory Preconference Session
- 1B Critical Care Obstetrical Care: It Takes a Village to Ensure Quality!
- 1F The Relationship Between Empowerment, Work Environment, Work Satisfaction, Intent to Leave and Quality of Care of Canadian Nurses
- L2 Using People, Process and Technology to Enhance Care for Patients and Their Caregivers
- 2C R.A.T. Team to the Rescue: The Development and Implementation of a Rapid Response Program at a Regional Facility
- 2E CODE BURN!
- 3B A Role for Nurse Practitioners in the ICU: Advocating for Change
- 3C Obstetrical Emergencies 101: High Stakes High Anxiety!
- 3E Current CRRT Practices in Canadian Hospitals: What a Survey Found
- 4A Hearing from the Silent: Patients Experiences of Family Presence During Resuscitation
- 4E Delirium in the ICU - Why All the Confusion?
- 5B What Are We Waiting For? Say 'No' to Iatrogenic Pneumothorax!
- 5C "Got You Surrounded" - An Exploration of Issues Associated with Pericardial Dysfunction in Postoperative Cardiac Surgery Patients
- 5E Advocating for Haitian Cultural Considerations with Organ and Tissue Donation
- L3 From Little to Large: How Important are Tidal Volumes? Innovations in Mechanical Ventilation
- 6A Shatter the Silence: Start the Discussion: Moral Distress in Critical Care
- 6D Barriers That Delay Achievement of Target Cooling Goal in Post Cardiac Arrest Adult Patients: A Restrospective Chart Review
- 6F The Benefit of Focus Groups: The Experience of Critical Care Nurses Who Participated in a Needs Assessment
- 7B Improving the Management of Delirium
- 7C Out From Under the Covers: An Exploration of Critical Care Nurses' Experience of Night Shift Fatigue and Workplace Napping
- 7D Reduction in Vent Days after Adopting a New Sedation Scale and an Intense Education Effort Emphasizing Lighter Sedation Goals
- 7F Advocating for Comprehensive Post-Resuscitation Care
- 8B The Critically Injured Elderly: Not Just Another Trauma Patient
- 8D Sustained Low Efficient Dialysis (SLED): A New Look at Renal Replacement Therapy