PC4/PAC3 2022 Spring Conference Posters

Welcome to the 2022 Spring Conference Virtual Poster Session!

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Reduction of Duration of a Fat-Modified Diet for Chylothorax: Success at two centers

Jason Buckley, MD Medical University of South Carolina

A comprehensive closed loop debriefing program to improve patient outcomes and code team performance

Kimberly DiMaria, CPNP-AC, CCRN Children’s Hospital Colorado

Escalation of care bundle improves outcomes in the Cardiac Progressive Care Unit

Kimberly DiMaria, CPNP-AC, CCRN Children’s Hospital Colorado

Improving the family centeredness of inpatient rounds in an Acute Care Cardiology unit

Dana Gal, MD Cincinnati Children’s Hospital

Outcome differences for life-threatening events between day and night shifts and the impact of organizational characteristics among Pediatric Cardiac Critical Care Units: A preliminary single center analysis

Brian Han, MD Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford

Reduced hospital length of stay following implementation of post-operative Fontan clinical management guidelines

Stephen Hart, MD Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Development and validation of the Complexity and Fatigue in Interpreted Encounters (CFIE) Tool: A novel method to assess demands on interpreter concentration and mental fatigue in the healthcare encounter

Andrea Henry, BA, CHI Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

Closing an equity gap: Improving language access in the Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Unit (CVICU)

Jessica Jones, MD Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford

Post-Cardiac Arrest Care Guidelines Development and Implementation Across Pediatric and Adult Congenital Cardiac Critical Care Units at a Single Center

Kelli Irwin, DNP, APRN, CPNP-AC Texas Children’s Hospital

Parent discharge education & readiness for the transition to home after congenital heart surgery

Michael Kim, DO Cincinnati Children’s Hospital

Improving the Heart Center second opinion process at Texas Children’s Hospital

Alicia Kleinhans, DNP, MSN-Ed, CPNP-AC, CCRN Texas Children’s Hospital

Children’s Mercy Hospital: Acute Care Cardiology Discharge A3

Sarah Lagergren, APRN, ACCNS-P Children’s Mercy Hospital, Kansas City

Prevention of Medication Errors at Discharge from the CCU

Amy Lay, MD Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago

Reducing unplanned extubations in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit via a decision-based algorithm for responding to Endotracheal tube position after chest x-rays

Ryan Moran, MD Memorial Healthcare System, Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital

Reducing unnecessary prescriptions at the time of discharge

Martha Nicholson, MD Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford

Enhancing Education for an Inpatient Subspecialty Advanced Practice Provider Group through the Implementation of an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Educator Role

Caitlin O’Connell, DNP, RN, CPNP-PC/AC Boston Children’s Hospital

A single center perspective on standardized practices for Central Venous Catheter removal in Acute Care Cardiology

Megan Rodts, MD Cincinnati Children’s Hospital

A predictive model to prevent deterioration among hospitalized patients with structural heart disease

Laura Rust, MD, MPH Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Reduction in medical intervention and resource utilization following introduction of an early chest tube removal strategy in post-operative cardiothoracic surgeries

Tom Valikodath, MD Cincinnati Children’s Hospital

Development of a real-time, interactive dashboard to reduce the cardiac arrest rate in the CICU

Erin Ward, RN, BSN Riley Hospital for Children, Indiana University Health

MRI Interprofessional Checklist (MIC) for transport in congenital cardiac ICU

Pooja Nawathe, MD, FAAP, FCCM Cedars Sinai Medical Center

Reducing Preventable Harm Through High-Risk Rounding in Heart Institute: CICU and CPCU

Michelle Jantzen, DNP Children’s Hospital Colorado

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