Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice Committee
YNHH’s Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice Committee helps teams of nurses engage in evidence-based practice and research projects that positively affect nursing practice at YNHH and beyond. The committee also helps nurses disseminate project results at local and national conferences. A number of YNHH nurses have received national and international awards for their scholarly work, and most go on to publish in peer-reviewed journals.
Ford, C., McCormick, D., Derycke-Chapman, K., Marshall, J., Mancarella, J., Chepulis, A., & Parkosewich, J. (2020). Early oral hydration in patients after cardiothoracic surgery is safe and reduces thirst. American Journal of Critical Care, 29(4):292-300. doi.org/10.4037/ajcc2020841
Grimshaw, K., Fan, K., Mullins, A., & Parkosewich, J. (2019). Incidence, timing and factors associated with unplanned intensive care unit transfers of patients with end stage liver disease. Progress in Transplantation, 29(4), 361-363. doi.org/10.1177/1526924819888132
Finch, C., Parkosewich, J. A., Perrone, D., Weidman, K. H., & Furino, L. (2019). Incidence, timing, and factors associated with postoperative nausea and vomiting in the ambulatory surgery setting. Journal of PeriAnesthesia Nursing, 34(6), 1085-1296. doi.org/10.1016/j.jopan.2019.04.009
Mattioli, E., Tabuzo, B. Sangkachand, P., Parkosewich, J. Reyes, L. & Funk, M. (2019). Safety and patients’ response to ambulation with a pulmonary artery catheter in the cardiac intensive care unit. American Journal of Critical Care, 28(2), 1-8. doi: 10.4037/ajcc2019339
Ruppel H, De Vaux L, Cooper D, Kunz S, Duller B, Funk M. (2018). Testing physiologic monitor alarm customization software to reduce alarm rates and improve nurses' experience of alarms in a medical intensive care unit. PLOS ONE 13(10): e0205901. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0205901
Bradley, C. Parkosewich, J. & Chuong, B. (2018). Family presence during resuscitation in the intensive care unit: Strategies for implementing this policy change. American Nurse Today, 13(7), 17-20.
Galuska L, Hahn J, Polifroni EC, Crow G. (2018). A Narrative Analysis of Nurses' Experiences with Meaning and Joy in Nursing Practice. Nursing Administration Quarterly, 42(2):154-163. doi: 10.1097/NAQ.0000000000000280
Kaisen, A. R., Parkosewich, J. A., & Bonito, K. A. (2018). Factors associated with timely blood glucose testing and insulin administration in patients receiving mealtime insulin coverage in medical surgical units. Diabetes Educator, 44(2),188-200. doi/full/10.1177/0145721718760514
Bradley, C., Keithline, M., Petrocelli, M. Scanlon, M. & Parkosewich, J. (2017). The perceptions of adult hospitalized patients regarding family presence during cardiopulmonary resuscitation. American Journal of Critical Care, 26(2), 103-110. doi.org/10.4037/ajcc2017550
O’Connor, R., Parkosewich, J., Curran, J., Cartiera, K., & Knobf, M. T. (2015). Getting used to being a patient: the postoperative experience of living liver transplant donors. Progress in Transplantation, 25(2), 153-159. doi/abs/10.7182/pit2015298