House staff perceptions of how handoff quality influences code blue and rapid response team events.
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SubjectAttitude of Health Personnel
Hospital Rapid Response Team
Internship and Residency
Quality of Health Care
Published Version (Please cite this version)10.1177/1062860614552671
Publication InfoBoggan, Joel; Miller, D; Milne, J; Mitchell, A; & Sadun, R (2015). House staff perceptions of how handoff quality influences code blue and rapid response team events. Am J Med Qual, 30(3). pp. 292-293. 10.1177/1062860614552671. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10161/12045.
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Assistant Professor of Medicine
My current QI and research projects include work on readmissions, clinical documentation improvement, ORYX measures, medication reconciliation, and optimization of chronic kidney disease and cardiovascular disease management and referral patterns. I also oversee QI education and projects for the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Duke as the Associate Program Director for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety and help co-lead our Residency Patient Safety and Quality Council. <br
Assistant Professor ofMedicine
I am an adult and pediatric rheumatologist with clinical and research interests in the areas of lupus and transition to adult care. My time is split between the departments of Medicine and Pediatrics. In addition to seeing patients in both environments, I am starting a dedicated Young Adult Rheumatology Clinic, which will serve clinical, educational, and research missions.
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