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Standardized Change-of-Shift Handoff: Nurses' Perspectives and Implications for Evidence-Based Practice.

Lori M Rhudy, Maren R Johnson, Catherine A Krecke, Danielle S Keigley, Sarah J Kraft, Pamela M Maxson, Sharon M McGill, Karen T Warfield,

<h4>Background</h4>Nursing handoff is a communication activity with a high risk for loss or omission of information. Efforts to improve handoffs include standardization of the processes and content of handoff communications.<h4>Objectives</h4>To examine nurses' perspectives on the structure and organization of change-of-shift handoffs.<h4>Methods</h4>A qualitative descriptive approach was used to conduct a secondary ... Read more >>

Am J Crit Care (American journal of critical care : an official publication, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses)
[2022, 31(3):181-188]

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Does standardisation improve post-operative anaesthesia handoffs? Meta-analyses on provider, patient, organisational, and handoff outcomes.

Elizabeth H Lazzara, Richard J Simonson, Logan M Gisick, Andrew C Griggs, Emily A Rickel, Joyce Wahr, Meghan B Lane-Fall, Joseph R Keebler,

Anaesthesia handoffs are associated with negative outcomes (e.g. inappropriate treatments, post-operative complications, and in-hospital mortality). To minimise these adverse outcomes, federal bodies (e.g. Joint Commission) have mandated handoff standardisation. Due to the proliferation of handoff interventions and research, there is a need to meta-analyze anaesthesia handoffs. Therefore, we performed meta-analyses ... Read more >>

Ergonomics (Ergonomics)
[2022, :1-16]

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