Barriers and facilitators to early mobilisation in Intensive Care: a qualitative study.

@article{Barber2015BarriersAF,
  title={Barriers and facilitators to early mobilisation in Intensive Care: a qualitative study.},
  author={Elizabeth A. Barber and Tori Everard and Anne E Holland and Claire J. Tipping and Scott J Bradley and Carol L Hodgson},
  journal={Australian critical care : official journal of the Confederation of Australian Critical Care Nurses},
  year={2015},
  volume={28 4},
  pages={177-82; quiz 183}
}
OBJECTIVES To determine the barriers and facilitators of early mobilisation in the Intensive Care Unit. BACKGROUND It is well established that mobilising critically ill patients has many benefits, however it is not occurring as frequently as expected. The causes and ways to change this are not clearly understood. METHODS A qualitative descriptive study involving focus groups with medical, nursing and physiotherapy clinicians, from an Australian quaternary hospital Intensive Care Unit… CONTINUE READING
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