Implementation and development of obstetric rapid response team for labor and delivery staff
Nina D. Williams, DNP, MSN-NE, RN, School, UNC Wilmington, Wilmington, North Carolina, USA
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Williams, Nina D.This quality improvement project will aim to implement an obstetric rapid response team (OB-RRT) and conduct in situ drills of this team with the goal of improving response times, improving self-confidence of OB-RRT team ...
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Astroth, Kim Schafer; Hesson-McInnis, Matthew; Woith, Wendy M.; Jenkins, Sheryl D. (2016-03-17)Session presented on Monday, July 27, 2015: Purpose: The purpose of this study was to develop and test an instrument that identifies specific facilitators and barriers to rapid response team (RRT) activation; this will ...
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Development, implementation, and evaluation of an evidence-based nurse-led rapid response program in a low-resource setting Pandian, Vinciya; Boisen, Sarah; Sauer, Megan; Siller, Ana; Ariyo, PromiseCardiopulmonary arrest is associated with very high mortality globally. In low-resource settings, data regarding early recognition of warning signs and treatment via rapid response team is scarce. An EBP was implemented ...