Frameworks for quality improvement in pediatric intensive care: A concise review release_zr2os4ntszcp5beua2dqf4467a

by Susan A. Kourtis, Jeffrey P. Burns


Quality improvement programs focused on improving care in intensive care units have become standard at pediatric hospitals around the world over the past several decades. However, the methodology or framework by which these programs assess quality is not standard. This review describes the varying quality improvement frameworks that have been promoted by prominent pediatric and critical care societies and the strengths and limitations of these frameworks, as well as several notable international collaboratives in this domain.
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Published in Pediatric Investigation by Wiley
ISSN-L 2574-2272
Volume 3
Issue 2
Page(s) 117-121
Release Date 2019-06-25
Publisher Wiley
Primary Language en (lookup)

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Type  article-journal
Stage   published
Date   2019-06-25
DOI  10.1002/ped4.12134
PubMed  32851302
PMC  PMC7331308
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