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Deonni P. Stolldorf
Vanderbilt University
14Publications
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The first Multi-center Medication Reconciliation Quality Improvement Study (MARQUIS1) demonstrated that implementation of a medication reconciliation best practices toolkit decreased total unintentional medication discrepancies in five hospitals. We sought to implement the MARQUIS toolkit in more diverse hospitals, incorporating lessons learned from MARQUIS1. MARQUIS2 is a pragmatic, mentored implementation QI study which collected clinical and implementation outcomes. Sites implemented a revise...
#1Leanne Boehm (Vandy: Vanderbilt University)H-Index: 13
#2Deonni P. Stolldorf (Vandy: Vanderbilt University)H-Index: 3
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Last.George L. JacksonH-Index: 19
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Introduction: Veterans experience many physical and psychosocial adjustment problems that challenge personal relationships, social functioning, and successful social reintegration. The Warrior to S...
Rapid response team (RRT) adoption and implementation are associated with improved quality of care of patients who experience an unanticipated medical emergency. The sustainability of RRTs is vital to achieve long-term benefits of these teams for patients, staff, and hospitals. Factors required to achieve RRT sustainability remain unclear. This study examined the relationship between sustainability elements and RRT sustainability in hospitals that have previously implemented RRTs.
#1Deonni P. Stolldorf (Vandy: Vanderbilt University)H-Index: 3
#2Mary S. Dietrich (Vandy: Vanderbilt University)H-Index: 34
Last.Sheila H. Ridner (Vandy: Vanderbilt University)H-Index: 27
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Patients with lower limb lymphedema experience symptoms that may differ in intensity and distress. This mixed-methods study compares symptom intensity and distress and the impact of lymphedema on patients’ quality of life by primary and secondary (cancer and noncancer) lymphedema groups. Individuals completed an online questionnaire (i.e., demographic form, Lymphedema Symptom Intensity and Distress Survey–Leg, and an open-ended question). Analyses included descriptive and inferential statistics ...
: The perceived benefits of rapid response teams (RRTs) influence whether RRTs are used and sustained. Perceived benefits are particularly important to sustaining RRTs when limited RRT data are shared with organizational members. Nurse leaders' perceptions of the benefits of RRTs likely influence their support, which is crucial for sustained RRT use. The perceptions of RRT members and end users similarly will affect use. But little is known regarding the perceptions of nurse leaders, RRT members...
Background The perceived benefits of rapid response teams (RRTs) influence whether RRTs are used and sustained. Perceived benefits are particularly important to sustaining RRTs when limited RRT data are shared with organizational members. Nurse leaders’ perceptions of the benefits of RRTs likely influence their support, which is crucial for sustained RRT use. The perceptions of RRT members and end users similarly will affect use. But little is known regarding the perceptions of nurse leaders, RR...
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