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Transitions of Care After Critical Illness-Challenges to Recovery and Adaptive Problem Solving.

Kimberley J Haines, Elizabeth Hibbert, Nina Leggett, Leanne M Boehm, Tarli Hall, Rita N Bakhru, Anthony J Bastin, Brad W Butcher, Tammy L Eaton, Wendy Harris, Aluko A Hope, James Jackson, Annie Johnson, Janet A Kloos, Karen A Korzick, Pamela Mactavish, Joel Meyer, Ashley Montgomery-Yates, Tara Quasim, Andrew Slack, Dorothy Wade, Mary Still, Giora Netzer, Ramona O Hopkins, Theodore J Iwashyna, Mark E Mikkelsen, Joanne McPeake, Carla M Sevin, ,

<h4>Objectives</h4>Investigate the challenges experienced by survivors of critical illness and their caregivers across the transitions of care from intensive care to community, and the potential problem-solving strategies used to navigate these challenges.<h4>Design</h4>Qualitative design-data generation via interviews and data analysis via the framework analysis method.<h4>Setting</h4>Patients and caregivers from three continents, identified ... Read more >>

Crit Care Med (Critical care medicine)
[2021, 49(11):1923-1931]

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Physical Rehabilitation in the ICU: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

Yi Tian Wang, Jenna K Lang, Kimberley J Haines, Elizabeth H Skinner, Terry P Haines,

<h4>Objectives</h4>Significant variability exists in physical rehabilitation modalities and dosage used in the ICU. Our objective was to investigate the effect of physical rehabilitation in ICU on patient outcomes, the impact of task-specific training, and the dose-response profile.<h4>Data sources</h4>A systematic search of Ovid MEDLINE, Cochrane Library, EMBASE, and CINAHL plus databases ... Read more >>

Crit Care Med (Critical care medicine)
[2021, :]

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Immediate impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the work and personal lives of Australian hospital clinical staff.

Sara Holton, Karen Wynter, Melody Trueman, Suellen Bruce, Susan Sweeney, Shane Crowe, Adrian Dabscheck, Paul Eleftheriou, Sarah Booth, Danielle Hitch, Catherine M Said, Kimberley J Haines, Bodil Rasmussen,

ObjectiveThis study investigated the short-term psychosocial effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on hospital clinical staff, specifically their self-reported concerns and perceived impact on their work and personal lives.MethodsNurses, midwives, doctors and allied health staff at a large metropolitan tertiary health service in Melbourne, Australia, completed an anonymous online cross-sectional survey ... Read more >>

Aust Health Rev (Australian health review : a publication of the Australian Hospital Association)
[2021, :]

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Psychological well-being of Australian hospital clinical staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sara Holton, Karen Wynter, Melody Trueman, Suellen Bruce, Susan Sweeney, Shane Crowe, Adrian Dabscheck, Paul Eleftheriou, Sarah Booth, Danielle Hitch, Catherine M Said, Kimberley J Haines, Bodil Rasmussen,

Objective This study assessed the psychological well-being of Australian hospital clinical staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods An anonymous online cross-sectional survey was conducted in a large metropolitan tertiary health service located in Melbourne, Australia. The survey was completed by nurses, midwives, doctors and allied health (AH) staff between 15 ... Read more >>

Aust Health Rev (Australian health review : a publication of the Australian Hospital Association)
[2021, 45(3):297-305]

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Optimizing Critical Illness Recovery: Perspectives and Solutions From the Caregivers of ICU Survivors.

Carla M Sevin, Leanne M Boehm, Elizabeth Hibbert, Anthony J Bastin, James C Jackson, Joel Meyer, Tara Quasim, Rita N Bakhru, Ashley Montgomery-Yates, Andrew Slack, Mary Still, Giora Netzer, Mark E Mikkelsen, Theodore J Iwashyna, Kimberley J Haines, Joanne McPeake,

<h4>Objectives</h4>To understand the unmet needs of caregivers of ICU survivors, how they accessed support post ICU, and the key components of beneficial ICU recovery support systems as identified from a caregiver perspective.<h4>Design</h4>International, qualitative study.<h4>Subjects</h4>We conducted 20 semistructured interviews with a diverse group of caregivers in the United States, the United ... Read more >>

Crit Care Explor (Critical care explorations)
[2021, 3(5):e0420]

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Physical Restraints and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Survivors of Critical Illness. A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.

Zenan M Franks, Jonathan A Alcock, Tommy Lam, Kimberley J Haines, Nitin Arora, Mahesh Ramanan,

<b>Rationale:</b> Physical restraints are used liberally in some intensive care units (ICUs) to prevent patient harm from device removal or falls. Although the intention of restraint use is patient safety, their application may inadvertently cause physical or psychological harm. Physical restraints may contribute to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but there ... Read more >>

Ann Am Thorac Soc (Annals of the American Thoracic Society)
[2021, 18(4):689-697]

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Benefits of Peer Support for Intensive Care Unit Survivors: Sharing Experiences, Care Debriefing, and Altruism.

Joanne McPeake, Theodore J Iwashyna, Leanne M Boehm, Elizabeth Hibbert, Rita N Bakhru, Anthony J Bastin, Brad W Butcher, Tammy L Eaton, Wendy Harris, Aluko A Hope, James Jackson, Annie Johnson, Janet A Kloos, Karen A Korzick, Joel Meyer, Ashley Montgomery-Yates, Mark E Mikkelsen, Andrew Slack, Dorothy Wade, Mary Still, Giora Netzer, Ramona O Hopkins, Tara Quasim, Carla M Sevin, Kimberley J Haines,

<h4>Background</h4>After critical illness, patients are often left with impairments in physical, social, emotional, and cognitive functioning. Peer support interventions have been implemented internationally to ameliorate these issues.<h4>Objective</h4>To explore what patients believed to be the key mechanisms of effectiveness of peer support programs implemented during critical care recovery.<h4>Methods</h4>In a secondary analysis ... Read more >>

Am J Crit Care (American journal of critical care : an official publication, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses)
[2021, 30(2):145-149]

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Establishing a Peer Support Program for Survivors of COVID-19: A Report From the Critical and Acute Illness Recovery Organization.

Aluko A Hope, Andrea Annie Johnson, Joanne McPeake, Hali Felt, Carla M Sevin, Mark E Mikkelsen, Theodore J Iwashyna, Caroline Lassen-Greene, Kimberley J Haines, Sachin Agarwal, Rita N Bakhru, Leanne M Boehm, Brad W Butcher, Kelly Drumright, Tammy L Eaton, Elizabeth Hibbert, Karen Sara Hoehn, David Hornstein, Heather Imperato-Shedden, James C Jackson, Janet A Kloos, Anna Lewis, Joel Meyer, Ashley Montgomery-Yates, Veronica Rojas, Christa Schorr, Dorothy Wade, Cydni Williams,

Am J Crit Care (American journal of critical care : an official publication, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses)
[2021, :e1-e5]

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Prediction Models for Physical, Cognitive, and Mental Health Impairments After Critical Illness: A Systematic Review and Critical Appraisal.

Kimberley J Haines, Elizabeth Hibbert, Joanne McPeake, Brian J Anderson, Oscar Joseph Bienvenu, Adair Andrews, Nathan E Brummel, Lauren E Ferrante, Ramona O Hopkins, Catherine L Hough, James Jackson, Mark E Mikkelsen, Nina Leggett, Ashley Montgomery-Yates, Dale M Needham, Carla M Sevin, Becky Skidmore, Mary Still, Maarten van Smeden, Gary S Collins, Michael O Harhay,

<h4>Objectives</h4>Improved ability to predict impairments after critical illness could guide clinical decision-making, inform trial enrollment, and facilitate comprehensive patient recovery. A systematic review of the literature was conducted to investigate whether physical, cognitive, and mental health impairments could be predicted in adult survivors of critical illness.<h4>Data sources</h4>A systematic search of ... Read more >>

Crit Care Med (Critical care medicine)
[2020, 48(12):1871-1880]

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What Matters to Patients and Their Families During and After Critical Illness: A Qualitative Study.

Catherine L Auriemma, Michael O Harhay, Kimberley J Haines, Frances K Barg, Scott D Halpern, Sarah M Lyon,

<h4>Background</h4>Despite increased emphasis on providing higher-quality patient- and family-centered care in the intensive care unit (ICU), there are no widely accepted definitions of such care in the ICU.<h4>Objectives</h4>To determine (1) aspects of care that patients and families valued during their ICU encounter, (2) outcomes that patients and families prioritized after ... Read more >>

Am J Crit Care (American journal of critical care : an official publication, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses)
[2021, 30(1):11-20]

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Society of Critical Care Medicine's International Consensus Conference on Prediction and Identification of Long-Term Impairments After Critical Illness.

Mark E Mikkelsen, Mary Still, Brian J Anderson, O Joseph Bienvenu, Martin B Brodsky, Nathan Brummel, Brad Butcher, Alison S Clay, Hali Felt, Lauren E Ferrante, Kimberley J Haines, Michael O Harhay, Aluko A Hope, Ramona O Hopkins, Megan Hosey, Catherine Terri L Hough, James C Jackson, Annie Johnson, Babar Khan, Nazir I Lone, Pamela MacTavish, Joanne McPeake, Ashley Montgomery-Yates, Dale M Needham, Giora Netzer, Christa Schorr, Becky Skidmore, Joanna L Stollings, Reba Umberger, Adair Andrews, Theodore J Iwashyna, Carla M Sevin,

<h4>Background</h4>After critical illness, new or worsening impairments in physical, cognitive, and/or mental health function are common among patients who have survived. Who should be screened for long-term impairments, what tools to use, and when remain unclear.<h4>Objectives</h4>Provide pragmatic recommendations to clinicians caring for adult survivors of critical illness related to screening ... Read more >>

Crit Care Med (Critical care medicine)
[2020, 48(11):1670-1679]

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Clinical Practice Guidelines for Early Mobilization in the ICU: A Systematic Review.

Jenna K Lang, Melanie S Paykel, Kimberley J Haines, Carol L Hodgson,

<h4>Objectives</h4>To evaluate the methodological quality and thematic completeness of existing clinical practice guidelines, addressing early mobilization of adults in the ICU.<h4>Data sources</h4>Systematic review of Medline, Embase, CINAHL, Cochrane, and grey literature from January 2008 to February 2020.<h4>Study selection</h4>Two reviewers independently screened titles and abstracts and then full texts for eligibility. ... Read more >>

Crit Care Med (Critical care medicine)
[2020, 48(11):e1121-e1128]

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An International Study Exploring the Experience of Survivors of Critical Illness as Volunteers Within ICU Recovery Services.

Carly Robinson, Elizabeth Hibbert, Anthony J Bastin, Joel Meyer, Ashley Montgomery-Yates, Tara Quasim, Andrew Slack, Mark E Mikkelsen, Theodore J Iwashyna, Kimberley J Haines, Carla M Sevin, Joanne McPeake, Leanne M Boehm,

Many clinicians have implemented follow-up and aftercare to support patients following ICU. Some of this care is supported and facilitated by peer volunteers. There is limited contemporary work that has explicitly explored volunteer roles within ICU recovery services or the experience of volunteers undertaking these roles. We sought to explore ... Read more >>

Crit Care Explor (Critical care explorations)
[2020, 2(11):e0273]

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Surge capacity for critical care specialised allied health professionals in Australia during COVID-19.

Emma J Ridley, Amy Freeman-Sanderson, Kimberley J Haines,

Significant investment in planning and training has occurred across the Australian healthcare sector in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, with a primary focus on the medical and nursing workforce. We provide a short summary of a recently published article titled "Surge capacity of Australian intensive care units associated with COVID-19 ... Read more >>

Aust Crit Care (Australian critical care : official journal of the Confederation of Australian Critical Care Nurses)
[2021, 34(2):191-193]

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Physiotherapists during COVID-19: usual business, in unusual times.

Kimberley J Haines, Sue Berney,

J Physiother (Journal of physiotherapy)
[2020, 66(2):67-69]

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Key Components of ICU Recovery Programs: What Did Patients Report Provided Benefit?

Joanne McPeake, Leanne M Boehm, Elizabeth Hibbert, Rita N Bakhru, Anthony J Bastin, Brad W Butcher, Tammy L Eaton, Wendy Harris, Aluko A Hope, James Jackson, Annie Johnson, Janet A Kloos, Karen A Korzick, Pamela MacTavish, Joel Meyer, Ashley Montgomery-Yates, Tara Quasim, Andrew Slack, Dorothy Wade, Mary Still, Giora Netzer, Ramona O Hopkins, Mark E Mikkelsen, Theodore J Iwashyna, Kimberley J Haines, Carla M Sevin,

To understand from the perspective of patients who did, and did not attend ICU recovery programs, what were the most important components of successful programs and how should they be organized. Design:International, qualitative study. Setting:Fourteen hospitals in the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia. Patients:We conducted 66 semi-structured interviews with ... Read more >>

Crit Care Explor (Critical care explorations)
[2020, 2(4):e0088]

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Return to Employment after Critical Illness and Its Association with Psychosocial Outcomes. A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

Joanne McPeake, Mark E Mikkelsen, Tara Quasim, Elizabeth Hibbert, Paul Cannon, Martin Shaw, Jane Ankori, Theodore J Iwashyna, Kimberley J Haines,

<b>Background:</b> Patients who survive critical illness have well-defined physical, cognitive, emotional, and familial problems. However, the impact of these problems on survivors' ability to return to work and other financial outcomes is less clear.<b>Objectives:</b> To determine the financial and employment consequences of an intensive care stay, we performed a systematic ... Read more >>

Ann Am Thorac Soc (Annals of the American Thoracic Society)
[2019, 16(10):1304-1311]

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Enablers and Barriers to Implementing ICU Follow-Up Clinics and Peer Support Groups Following Critical Illness: The Thrive Collaboratives.

Kimberley J Haines, Joanne McPeake, Elizabeth Hibbert, Leanne M Boehm, Krishna Aparanji, Rita N Bakhru, Anthony J Bastin, Sarah J Beesley, Lynne Beveridge, Brad W Butcher, Kelly Drumright, Tammy L Eaton, Thomas Farley, Penelope Firshman, Andrew Fritschle, Clare Holdsworth, Aluko A Hope, Annie Johnson, Michael T Kenes, Babar A Khan, Janet A Kloos, Erin K Kross, Pamela Mactavish, Joel Meyer, Ashley Montgomery-Yates, Tara Quasim, Howard L Saft, Andrew Slack, Joanna Stollings, Gerald Weinhouse, Jessica Whitten, Giora Netzer, Ramona O Hopkins, Mark E Mikkelsen, Theodore J Iwashyna, Carla M Sevin,

<h4>Objectives</h4>Data are lacking regarding implementation of novel strategies such as follow-up clinics and peer support groups, to reduce the burden of postintensive care syndrome. We sought to discover enablers that helped hospital-based clinicians establish post-ICU clinics and peer support programs, and identify barriers that challenged them.<h4>Design</h4>Qualitative inquiry. The Consolidated Framework ... Read more >>

Crit Care Med (Critical care medicine)
[2019, 47(9):1194-1200]

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Key mechanisms by which post-ICU activities can improve in-ICU care: results of the international THRIVE collaboratives.

Kimberley J Haines, Carla M Sevin, Elizabeth Hibbert, Leanne M Boehm, Krishna Aparanji, Rita N Bakhru, Anthony J Bastin, Sarah J Beesley, Brad W Butcher, Kelly Drumright, Tammy L Eaton, Thomas Farley, Penelope Firshman, Andrew Fritschle, Clare Holdsworth, Aluko A Hope, Annie Johnson, Michael T Kenes, Babar A Khan, Janet A Kloos, Erin K Kross, Belinda J MacLeod-Smith, Pamela Mactavish, Joel Meyer, Ashley Montgomery-Yates, Tara Quasim, Howard L Saft, Andrew Slack, Joanna Stollings, Gerald Weinhouse, Jessica Whitten, Giora Netzer, Ramona O Hopkins, Mark E Mikkelsen, Theodore J Iwashyna, Joanne McPeake,

<h4>Objective</h4>To identify the key mechanisms that clinicians perceive improve care in the intensive care unit (ICU), as a result of their involvement in post-ICU programs.<h4>Methods</h4>Qualitative inquiry via focus groups and interviews with members of the Society of Critical Care Medicine's THRIVE collaborative sites (follow-up clinics and peer support). Framework analysis ... Read more >>

Intensive Care Med (Intensive care medicine)
[2019, 45(7):939-947]

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Development of a Peer Support Model Using Experience-Based Co-Design to Improve Critical Care Recovery.

Kimberley J Haines, Clare Holdsworth, Kathryn Cranwell, Elizabeth H Skinner, Sara Holton, Belinda MacLeod-Smith, Samantha Bates, Theodore J Iwashyna, Craig French, Sarah Booth, Jacki Carmody, Lucy Henningham, Grey Searle, Melina Shackell, Lynne Maher,

To use experience-based co-design to identify the key design requirements of a peer support model for critical care survivors; understand the use of the experience-based co-design method from clinician, patients, and family perspectives. Design:Using experience-based co-design, qualitative data about participants' preferences for a peer support model were generated via workshops. ... Read more >>

Crit Care Explor (Critical care explorations)
[2019, 1(3):e0006]

Cited: 8 times

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Engaging Families in Rehabilitation of People Who Are Critically Ill: An Underutilized Resource.

Kimberley J Haines,

Rehabilitation of people who are critically ill has received increased attention in recent years, although this has not extended to specifically facilitating family involvement. Engaging families in the rehabilitation arc has the potential to optimize outcomes. Likely benefits include redirecting family psychological distress into an active participatory role, humanizing the ... Read more >>

Phys Ther (Physical therapy)
[2018, 98(9):737-744]

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Peer Support in Critical Care: A Systematic Review.

Kimberley J Haines, Sarah J Beesley, Ramona O Hopkins, Joanne McPeake, Tara Quasim, Kathryn Ritchie, Theodore J Iwashyna,

<h4>Objectives</h4>Identifying solutions to improve recovery after critical illness is a pressing problem. We systematically evaluated studies of peer support as a potential intervention to improve recovery in critical care populations and synthesized elements important to peer support model design.<h4>Data sources</h4>A systematic search of Medical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System Online, ... Read more >>

Crit Care Med (Critical care medicine)
[2018, 46(9):1522-1531]

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Predictors of return to work in survivors of critical illness.

Carol L Hodgson, Kimberley J Haines, Michael Bailey, Jonathan Barrett, Rinaldo Bellomo, Tracey Bucknall, Belinda J Gabbe, Alisa M Higgins, Theodore J Iwashyna, Julian Hunt-Smith, Lynne J Murray, Paul S Myles, Jennie Ponsford, David Pilcher, Andrew A Udy, Craig Walker, Meredith Young, D J Jamie Cooper, ,

PURPOSE:To determine predictors of inability to return to work due to health six-months after intensive care admission; and compare functional recovery between patients who had not returned to work and employed patients. METHODS:Participants were working adults admitted to ICU who received >24 h of mechanical ventilation. Outcomes included inability to return ... Read more >>

J Crit Care (Journal of critical care)
[2018, 48:21-25]

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Family and Support Networks Following Critical Illness.

Kimberley J Haines, Tara Quasim, Joanne McPeake,

Research highlights the psychosocial impact of critical illness on family who typically adopt a caregiver role to the survivor. We review evidence on informal caregiver psychosocial outcomes and interventional studies designed to improve them. We argue informal caregivers have distinct and complex needs that differ from patients. Interventional studies ought ... Read more >>

Crit Care Clin (Critical care clinics)
[2018, 34(4):609-623]

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Long-term recovery following critical illness in an Australian cohort.

Kimberley J Haines, Sue Berney, Stephen Warrillow, Linda Denehy,

Background:Almost all data on 5-year outcomes for critical care survivors come from North America and Europe. The aim of this study was to investigate long-term mortality, physical function, psychological outcomes and health-related quality of life in a mixed intensive care unit cohort in Australia. Methods:This longitudinal study evaluated 4- to ... Read more >>

J Intensive Care (Journal of intensive care)
[2018, 6:8]

Cited: 5 times

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