Nurse Staffing, Interruptions in Practice, and Patient Safety Outcomes at the Hospital for Sick Children
January 1, 2010 | By Website Admin |
This research examines interruptions in pediatric nurses’ work and the systems issues related to interruptions in pediatric nursing work.
Hospital for Sick Children (HSC) $40,000.00 (2005-2007)
L. McGillis Hall
2010 McGillis Hall, L., Pedersen, C., & Fairley, L. Losing the moment: understanding interruptions to nurses’ work. Journal of Nursing Administration, 40 (4), 169-76. (2010 Journal Impact Factor = 1.5)
2010 McGillis Hall, L., Ferguson-Paré, M., Peter, E., White, D., Besner, J., Chisholm, A., Farris, E., Fryers, M., MacLEod, M., Mildon, B., Peterson, C., & Hemingway, A. Going blank: factors contributing to nurses’ work and related outcomes. Journal of Nursing Management, 18 (8), 1040-1047.
2009 McGillis Hall, L., Pedersen, C., Hubley, P., Ptack, E., Hemingway, A., Watson, C. & Keatings, M. Interruptions and pediatric patient safety. The Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 25, 167-175.
2007 Mc Gillis Hall, L., Pedersen, C., Hubley, P., Ptack, E., Hemingway, A., Watson, C., & Keatings, M. Interruptions in Nursing Practice at SickKids. ON: Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto. ISBN #0-7727-3613-8.