Patient- and family-centered performance measures focused on actionable processes of care for persistent and chronic critical illness: protocol for a systematic review

@inproceedings{Rose2017PatientAF,
  title={Patient- and family-centered performance measures focused on actionable processes of care for persistent and chronic critical illness: protocol for a systematic review},
  author={Louise Rose and Laura Istanboulian and Laura Allum and Lisa D. Burry and Craig M Dale and Nicholas Hart and Claire Kydonaki and Pam Ramsay and Natalie Pattison and Bronwen Connolly and Andr{\'e} Silva Campos do Amaral and Shannon S Carson and Christopher E Cox and Brian Cuthbertson and Vagia Tsiaousidis Campbell and Eddy Fan and Jack Iwashyna and Vince Lo and Lorrie Hamilton and Tracey Sharon and D. Naresh Varma},
  booktitle={Systematic reviews},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND Approximately 5 to 10% of critically ill patients transition from acute critical illness to a state of persistent and in some cases chronic critical illness. These patients have unique and complex needs that require a change in the clinical management plan and overall goals of care to a focus on rehabilitation, symptom relief, discharge planning… CONTINUE READING