The following are current evidence-based practice or research projects led by Seton RNs.
Evaluation of a Hospital Tracheotomy Education Program to Improve Clinical Effectiveness for Patient and Families. Jan Alexander, DNP, MSN, M. Div, RN V, Dell Children’s Medical Center.
Operational Strategies to Build Skills and Outcomes in a New Complex Pediatric Care Unit– Assessing Respiratory Unit Services and Nursing Skills. Julie Castro, MSN, RN V, Dell Children’s Medical Center.
Healthcare Team Performance- Selected System Development to Standardize Acute Care Nursing Tools for Quality Care in a Post Reform Environment. Elaina Diaz, MSN, RN V, University Medical Center Brackenridge.
Obesity Program Effectiveness Improvement: Ambulatory Clinical Systems Strategies. Sandra Lopez, MSN, RN V, Dell Children’s Medical Center.
Overcrowding in ED – Implementation Impact of UMCB ED/DSRIP system. Curk McFall, MSN, RN V, University Medical Center Brackenridge.
Peritoneal Dialysis Competencies- Assessing Systems and Providers and Building Capacity on a Complex Pediatric Short Stay Unit. Anna Rivera, MSN, RN V, Dell Children’s Medical Center.
Patient Call Back: Analytics for Patient Cost Accounting and Satisfaction Outcomes, Opportunities for Dissemination and Use. Katy Starnes, MSN, RN V, University Medical Center Brackenridge.
Delphi survey of Risk Factors for Neonatal Skin Breakdown – Toward Validating a Tool to Engage Best Practices for Interventions and Outcomes. Debbie Vance, MSN, RN V, CNS, University Medical Center Brackenridge.
Exploration of the Impact of Psychiatric Education on Quality of Care Issues in the Emergency Department. Elizabeth Wilson, MSN, RN V, Seton Shoal Creek Hospital.