Ann C Hurley
Affiliation: Massachusetts General Hospital
- Nurses' satisfaction with medication administration point-of-care technologyAnn C Hurley
Center for Nursing Excellence, Division of General Medicine, Brigham and Women s Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts 02115, USA
J Nurs Adm 37:343-9. 2007....
- The Medication Administration System--Nurses Assessment of Satisfaction (MAS-NAS) scaleAnn C Hurley
Brigham and Women's Hospital, Center for Excellence in Nursing Practice, Boston, 02115 MA, USA
J Nurs Scholarsh 38:298-300. 2006
- Fall TIP: validation of icons to communicate fall risk status and tailored interventions to prevent patient fallsAnn C Hurley
Brigham and Women s Hospital, Center for Nursing Excellence, Boston, MA, USA
Stud Health Technol Inform 146:455-9. 2009....
- Alzheimer Disease: "It's okay, Mama, if you want to go, it's okay"Ann C Hurley
Center for Excellence in Nursing Practice, Brigham and Women s Hospital and School of Nursing, Bouve College of Health Sciences, Northeastern University, Boston, MA 02115, USA
JAMA 288:2324-31. 2002....
- Recovered Medical Error InventoryPatricia C Dykes
Partners Health Care System, Information Systems, Boston, MA 02481, USA
J Nurs Scholarsh 42:314-8. 2010..To describe the development and psychometric testing of the Recovered Medical Error Inventory (RMEI)...
- Scales for assessing self-efficacy of nurses and assistants for preventing fallsPatricia C Dykes
Nursing Informatics and Research Clinical Informatics Research and Development, Partners HealthCare System, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
J Adv Nurs 67:438-49. 2011..This paper is a report of the development and testing of the Self-Efficacy for Preventing Falls Nurse and Assistant scales...
- A model of recovering medical errors in the coronary care unitAnn C Hurley
Brigham and Women s Hospital, Department of Nursing, Boston, Massachusetts 02115, USA
Heart Lung 37:219-26. 2008..The purpose of this study was to explore the thoughts, interpersonal processes, and actions used by nurses who had recently intervened to protect coronary care unit (CCU) patients from potential medical errors...
- Framing patient safety initiatives: working model and case exampleNancy Kruger
Patient Care Services, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, Mass, USA
J Nurs Adm 36:200-4. 2006..The model identifies the broad components involved in patient safety initiatives and outlines their relationship to one another. A case example of how the model can be used is given as the authors describe a falls-prevention program...
- An electronic fall prevention toolkit: effect on documentation qualityDiane L Carroll
Yvonne L Munn Center for Nursing Research, Institute for Patient Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA 02114, USA
Nurs Res 61:309-13. 2012....
- Medical errors recovered by critical care nursesPatricia C Dykes
Nursing Informatics and Research, Partners HealthCare System, Wellesley, MA 02481, USA
J Nurs Adm 40:241-6. 2010..We studied the type, frequency, and potential harm of recovered medical errors reported by critical care registered nurses (CCRNs) during the previous year...
- Why do patients in acute care hospitals fall? Can falls be prevented?Patricia C Dykes
Nursing Informatics and Research, Clinical Informatics Research and Development, Partners HealthCare, 93 Worcester St, Wellesley, MA 02481, USA
J Nurs Adm 39:299-304. 2009..Obtain the views of nurses and assistants as to why patients in acute care hospitals fall...
- Building and testing a patient-centric electronic bedside communication centerPatricia C Dykes
Harvard Medical School, MA, USA
J Gerontol Nurs 39:15-9. 2013....
- Recovery from medical errors: the critical care nursing safety netJeffrey M Rothschild
Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA
Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf 32:63-72. 2006..Patient surveillance and preventing errors from harming patients represent essential nursing responsibilities but have received relatively little study...
- Genetic susceptibility for Alzheimer's disease: why did adult offspring seek testing?Ann C Hurley
Brigham and Women s Hospital, Center for Excellence in Nursing Practice, and School of Nursing, Bouve College of Health Sciences, Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Am J Alzheimers Dis Other Demen 20:374-81. 2005....
- Validation of the Impact of Health Information Technology (I-HIT) Scale: an international collaborativePatricia C Dykes
Brigham and Women s Hospital Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA
Stud Health Technol Inform 146:618-22. 2009..Five out of six teams have initiated reliability testing by practicing nurses. This paper reports the international collaborative's validation of the I-HIT Scale completed to date...
- Patients' perspectives of falling while in an acute care hospital and suggestions for preventionDiane L Carroll
Institute for Patient Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, POB 429, Boston, MA 02114, USA
Appl Nurs Res 23:238-41. 2010..Patients asked to be included in fall risk communication and asked to be part of the team to prevent them from falling. Nurses need to share a consistent and clear message that they are there for patient safety...
- Bedside information technology to support patient-centered careChristine A Caligtan
Clinical Informatics Research and Development, Partners HealthCare System, Boston, MA 02481, USA
Int J Med Inform 81:442-51. 2012..The purpose of our research was to identify the essential data elements that will be used to define requirements for a useful bedside communication tool in the acute care hospital setting...
- Promoting safer home environments for persons with Alzheimer's disease. The Home Safety/Injury ModelAnn C Hurley
Center for Excellence in Nursing Practice, Brigham and Women's Hospital, 10 Brookline Place West, Suite 3060, Brookline, MA 02445, USA
J Gerontol Nurs 30:43-51. 2004..Through education and research, the model guides proactive actions to prevent risky behaviors of individuals with dementia by promoting safer home environments and increased caregiver competence...
- Nurses' reported thinking during medication administrationLaurel A Eisenhauer
William F Connell School of Nursing, Boston College, 140 Commonwealth Avenue, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467, USA
J Nurs Scholarsh 39:82-7. 2007..To document nurses' reported thinking processes during medication administration before and after implementation of point-of-care technology...
- Characteristics of dementia end-of-life care across care settingsLadislav Volicer
Geriatric Research Education Clinical Center, E. N. Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital, Bedford, Massachusetts, USA
Am J Hosp Palliat Care 20:191-200. 2003..These results indicate that quality end-of-life care can be provided at home and is facilitated by hospice programs, effective pain control, and psychiatric care...
- Development and psychometric evaluation of the Pain Assessment in Advanced Dementia (PAINAD) scaleVictoria Warden
Geriatric Research Education Clinical Center, Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Medical Center, Bedford, Massachusetts 01730, USA
J Am Med Dir Assoc 4:9-15. 2003..To develop a clinically relevant and easy to use pain assessment tool for individuals with advanced dementia that has adequate psychometric properties...
- Management of behavioral symptoms in progressive degenerative dementiasLadislav Volicer
E N Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital, Geriatric Research, Education and Clinical Center, Bedford, Massachusetts 01730, USA
J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 58:M837-45. 2003..Using precise terminology consistently and providing care based on a conceptual framework will facilitate the education of caregivers in appropriate techniques for management of behavioral symptoms of dementias...
- Caregiver competence to prevent home injury to the care recipient with dementiaKathy J Horvath
New England Geriatric Research Education and Clinical Center, E N Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital, Bedford, MA 01730, USA
Rehabil Nurs 30:189-96; discussion 197. 2005..No single factor was sufficient to achieve effective caregiving for making the home safer, but the strength of one or two factors could compensate for the absence of others...
- Development of a model of moral distress in military nursingSara T Fry
Boston College School of Nursing, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467, USA
Nurs Ethics 9:373-87. 2002..Recommendations are made for the use of the military nursing moral distress models in future research studies and in interventions to ameliorate the experience of moral distress in crisis military deployments...