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Nutrition support in the intensive care unit. Adequacy, timeliness, and outcomes.
Authors care unit (ICU) is not always optimal for various reasons. Overfeeding by any route of nutrition support can be detrimental, and inadequate provision of nutrition support or underfeeding,… Expand
Characterization of adverse events detected in a large health care delivery system using an enhanced global trigger tool over a five-year interval.
- D. Kennerly, Rustam Kudyakov, +4 authors Richard E. Gilder
- Health services research
- 1 October 2014
OBJECTIVE To report 5 years of adverse events (AEs) identified using an enhanced Global Trigger Tool (GTT) in a large health care system. STUDY SETTING Records from monthly random samples of adults… Expand
Description and Evaluation of Adaptations to the Global Trigger Tool to Enhance Value to Adverse Event Reduction Efforts
- D. Kennerly, M. Saldaña, Rustam Kudyakov, Briget da Graca, D. Nicewander, Jan Compton
- Journal of patient safety
- 1 June 2013
Objective To adapt the Global Trigger Tool (GTT) as a sustainable monitoring tool able to characterize adverse events (AEs) for organizational learning, within the context of limited resources.… Expand
Large-scale deployment of the Global Trigger Tool across a large hospital system: refinements for the characterisation of adverse events to support patient safety learning opportunities
- V. Good, M. Saldaña, R. Gilder, D. Nicewander, D. Kennerly
- Quality and Safety in Health Care
- 1 January 2011
Background The Institute for Healthcare Improvement encourages use of the Global Trigger Tool to objectively determine and monitor adverse events (AEs). Setting Baylor Health Care System (BHCS) is an… Expand
Journey to No Preventable Risk: The Baylor Health Care System Patient Safety Experience
- D. Kennerly, Kathleen M Richter, V. Good, Jan Compton, D. Ballard
- American journal of medical quality : the…
- 1 January 2011
The patient safety vision at Baylor Health Care System (BHCS) has 3 components: (1) achieving no preventable deaths, (2) ensuring no preventable injuries, and (3) seeking no preventable risk. These… Expand
Development and dissemination of minimum standards of care for asthma.
Asthma is a common illness in children and adults that is often associated with suboptimal outcomes, despite the existence and distribution of carefully considered national and international… Expand
Impact of the National Asthma Guidelines on Internal Medicine Primary Care and Specialty Practice
Objective To evaluate documentation of compliance with the National Asthma Education and Prevention Program publication Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Asthma. Design A retrospective… Expand
Learning by "SWARMing" Adverse Events.
- D. Kennerly
- Joint Commission journal on quality and patient…
- 1 November 2015
Donald Alan Kennerly, MD, PhD: A Conversation with the Editor
Donald Kennerly (Figure (Figure11) was born in Connecticut on February 25, 1952, and grew up in that state. He graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College in 1974 and from Washington University… Expand