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Best Practice Winners

2019 Best Practice Winners

Best Evidence-Based
Brief Hemorrhage Control Training for Nursing Staff:
A Rapid Approach for Training in the Time-Strapped Environment

Kathryn Bommer
Geisinger Community Medical Center

Most Innovative Idea
Educate. Engage. Empower: A Standardized
Approach to Customized Patient and Family Learning

Frances Grissom
R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center

Best Performance Improvement

Turn the Heat Up: A Focused Effort to Improve and
Maintain Normothermia in Pediatric Burn Patients

Anissa Revels

Le Bonheur Children's Hospital

Best Injury Prevention
Electronic Scooter Injury Surveillance: Translating
Trend Recognition into Meaningful Action

Karen Mynar
Baylor University Medical Center

2018 Best Practice Winners
 Overall Best Practice

Utilization of Trauma Advanced Practice Providers in Transfer Center Communication

Christina Roberts

OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital

Most Creative Appearance

Collaboration & Creativity Coupled with

Can-Do=SUCCESS

Debi Tuggle

University of Tennessee Medical Center

Most Innovative Idea

Hotspotting Falls to Promote Optimal Distribution of Injury Prevention Activities at a Level 1 Trauma Center

Carol Powell

Summa Health System

Best Evidence-Based

Management Guidelines for Mild Traumatic

Head Injured Patients

Christopher Sorrentino

Staten Island University Hospital, Northwell Health

 Resident Poster Champion

“Code Blue”: Applying Trauma Principles in

the Obstetric Ward

Phoenix Vuong

New York Presbyterian Queens

Best of New Orleans

District Attorney Staff in the Hospital for

Trauma Victims

Jerre Hinds

Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center

 
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