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    • Clinician education intervention: Adolescent depression management 

      Botello, Gina
      Major depressive disorder is a mental illness that impacts adolescents’ mental health. Effective treatments for major depressive disorder are available. Barriers such as clinicians' perceptions that adolescents should ...
    • Hospice care 

      Brant, Amanda; Coley, Taylor; Summers, Jada
      In terminally ill patients, how does hospice care affect patient quality of life, family satisfaction, and healthcare workers' physical and mental health during end-of-life care?
    • Reducing medication administration errors 

      Atkinson, Kealey; Coonrod, Allison; Martin, Addison; Knuffman, Taylor
      Would medication administration errors be reduced with adequate nursing staff and through performing multiple safety checks prior to and during medication administration in the clinical setting?
    • Nurse retention 

      King, Hailey; McGinn, Shantel; See, Miya
      How do retention bonuses and incentives impact nurse turnover rate compared to only sign on bonuses?
    • Solitary confinement and mental health 

      Archibald, Donna; Grindinger, Josh; Reinbeck, Rebecca
      In the inpatient and residential adult population how does solitary confinement and seclusion affect mental health?
    • Bedside shift report 

      Hopper, Courtni; Sparrow, Grace
      In medical-surgical patients, how does going into each room for report affect hospital errors and improve patient safety?
    • Music therapy in the inpatient setting 

      Baugh, Lindsey; Waelder, Chandler
      Is music therapy beneficial in the inpatient setting?
    • Animal-assisted therapy and mental health 

      Butler, Brianna; Cameron, Cade; Talley, Elizabeth
      In oncology patients, how does animal-assisted therapy affect their mental health compared to no animal intervention, in conjuction with other treatments?
    • Gamification and the effects on confidence in the student nurse 

      Connors, Gerald R.
      Nursing educators are challenged with conveying vast amounts of complex nursing arts and science content to learners every day. The relationship between learner and nursing educator should be one of collaboration to ensure ...
    • Efficacy of cryoanalgesia in thoracic surgery 

      Parrish, Thomas; Fort, David; Sanford, David
      This article aims to assess if patients who receive cryoablation therapy for open thoracotomy pain control demonstrate decreased narcotic use through postoperative day seven, reduced numeric pain scores in the first 48 ...
    • Is melatonin a viable alternative to a benzodiazepine perioperatively? 

      Herndon, Graham; Ledbetter, Maria; Cahoon, Terri
      Preoperative anxiety can influence postoperative anxiety, pain, and length of stay. Short-acting benzodiazepines, such as midazolam, are routinely given preoperatively to facilitate anxiolysis and reduce anesthetic and ...
    • Anesthetic management for patients prescribed GLP-1 agonists 

      Pratt, Alexa; Barnes, Lauren
      Glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) receptor agonists (RA) have become popular medications over the last several years for the treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular risk reduction, and most recently for weight ...
    • Intraoperative methadone for postoperative pain in spine surgery 

      Cline, Nathaniel
      Spine surgery, notorious for causing severe postoperative pain, is often accompanied by elevated rates of opioid usage, necessitating exploration of opioid-sparing approaches to mitigate associated complications. Among ...
    • Aspiration risk with long-acting GLP-1 RAs 

      Jessen, Nicole; King, Cassandra
      The class of medications known as glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists (GLP-1 RAs) traditionally used to treat diabetes has significantly increased in popularity due to recent FDA approval for weight loss. A known ...
    • Cerebral oximetry monitor efficacy during one lung ventilation 

      Bonner, Karigan
      Cerebral oximetry is a non-invasive technology utilizing near-infrared spectroscopy to permit cerebral oxygenation monitoring in a portion of the frontal cortex. With the aid of cerebral oximetry, research has demonstrated ...
    • Quadratus lumborum block for analgesia following cesarean delivery 

      Merola, Kathryn; Greenway, Mary Elizabeth
      In post-cesarean delivery patients where postpartum pain management is ineffective, does the administration of quadratus lumborum blocks provide superior pain relief compared to standard analgesic management and other ...
    • Jehovah's Witnesses and perioperative blood management strategies 

      Owusu, Anne; Barnes, Lauren
      Traditionally, total hip replacement surgery involves moderate to significant bleeding, which poses a particular risk for Jehovah's Witness patients. Jehovah's Witness is a religious organization consisting of approximately ...
    • Anesthesia implications for Arnold Chiari Type I Malformation Parturients 

      Sanchez, Dessiarae; Herbinger, Lisa
      Arnold Chiari type I malformation (ACM-I) is the most prevalent Chiari defect in the adult population. This malformation is associated with decreased cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) flow from the fourth ventricle. Because ...
    • Considerations for the pediatric patient with bronchopulmonary dysplasia 

      Comerford, Adriana; Herbinger, Lisa
      Bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) is the most frequently diagnosed chronic lung disease in premature infants. The disease is characterized by an arrest in lung tissue growth and tissue inflammation leading to increased ...
    • Perioperative opioid sparing techniques in pediatric tonsillectomy 

      Bourg, Andrew; Herbinger, Lisa
      Pediatric tonsillectomy is 1 of the most performed surgeries and is not without risks. Tonsillectomy patients often have co-morbidities, including obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), sleep-disordered breathing, or recurrent ...

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