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Forum: The 13th International Conference on Communication in Healthcare 2015, New Orleans, LA, October 25-28, 2015
Title: Feasibility of implementing and studying an intervention to improve communication and decision making in the PICU
Authors: Kelly Michelson, MD MPH; Laura Campbell, BS; Danica Aniciete, MS; Karen Rychlik, MS; Jody Ciolino, PhD; Tricia Fragen, BA; Joel Frader, MD MA
Forum: Northwestern Research Day 2014, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL
Title: Improving Communication in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU): The Use of a Navigator
Authors: Natalie Haber-Barker, PhD; Laura C. Campbell, BS; Kelly N. Michelson, MD, MPH
Forum: Dartmouth Institute sponsored Summer Institute for Informed Patient Choice conference. Hanover, NH, June 25 – 27, 2014
Title: Developing an intervention to improve communication in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU): the use of a navigator
Authors: Kelly Michelson, MD, MPH; Laura Campbell, BS; Natalie Haber-Barker, PhD; Marla Clayman, PhD; Lauren Sorce, MSN; Patricia Fragen, BA; Melanie Brown, MD; Douglas White, MD, MAS; Joel Frader, MD, MA
Additional information available upon request.
Michelson KN, Frader J, Sorce L, Clayman ML, Persell SD, Fragen P, Ciolino JD, Campbell LC, Arenson M, Aniciete DY, Brown ML, Ali FN, White D. for The Navigate Study Investigators. The process and impact of stakeholder engagement in developing a pediatric intensive care unit communication and decision-making intervention. Journal of Patient Experience. 2016;3(4): 108–118. DOI: 10.1177/2374373516685950