Published on in Vol 1, No 2 (2012): Jul-Dec

Improving Hospital Care and Collaborative Communications for the 21st Century: Key Recommendations for General Internal Medicine

Improving Hospital Care and Collaborative Communications for the 21st Century: Key Recommendations for General Internal Medicine

Improving Hospital Care and Collaborative Communications for the 21st Century: Key Recommendations for General Internal Medicine

Journals

  1. Sharma U, Klocke D. Attitudes of nursing staff toward interprofessional in-patient-centered rounding. Journal of Interprofessional Care 2014;28(5):475 View
  2. Defenbaugh N, Chikotas N. The outcome of interprofessional education: Integrating communication studies into a standardized patient experience for advanced practice nursing students. Nurse Education in Practice 2016;16(1):176 View
  3. Gonzalez-Garcia M, Fatehi F, Varnfield M, Ding H, Karunanithi M, Yang I, Cordina R, Feenstra J. Use of eHealth in the management of pulmonary arterial hypertension: review of the literature. BMJ Health & Care Informatics 2020;27(3):e100176 View
  4. Mosher H, Lose D, Leslie R, Pennathur P, Kaboli P. Aligning complex processes and electronic health record templates: a quality improvement intervention on inpatient interdisciplinary rounds. BMC Health Services Research 2015;15(1) View
  5. Gabutti I, Mascia D, Cicchetti A. Exploring “patient-centered” hospitals: a systematic review to understand change. BMC Health Services Research 2017;17(1) View
  6. Tang T, Heidebrecht C, Coburn A, Mansfield E, Roberto E, Lucez E, Lim M, Reid R, Quan S. Using an electronic tool to improve teamwork and interprofessional communication to meet the needs of complex hospitalized patients: A mixed methods study. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2019;127:35 View
  7. Hughes Driscoll C, Gurmu S, Azeem A, El Metwally D. Implementation of smart phones to facilitate in-hospital telephone communication: Challenges, successes and lessons from a neonatal intensive care unit. Healthcare 2019;7(3):100331 View
  8. Marshall S, Warren B, Roodenburg O, Smolenaers F, Leon G, McKimm A, Keogh M, Stuart J, Logan M, Stripp A. An Electronic Task Management (ETM) system for after hours hospital work and subsequent socially mediated effects of task completion. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 2016;60(1):566 View
  9. Pinelli V, Papp K, Gonzalo J. Interprofessional Communication Patterns During Patient Discharges: A Social Network Analysis. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2015;30(9):1299 View
  10. González-Martínez E, Piotrowska K, Sterie A, Vaucher C. Surgery nurses' telephone communication: a mixed methods study with a special focus on newcomers' calls. Nursing Open 2018;5(2):197 View
  11. Bardach S, Real K, Bardach D. Perspectives of healthcare practitioners: An exploration of interprofessional communication using electronic medical records. Journal of Interprofessional Care 2017;31(3):300 View
  12. Wu R, Lo V, Morra D, Appel E, Arany T, Curiale B, Ryan J, Quan S. A smartphone-enabled communication system to improve hospital communication: Usage and perceptions of medical trainees and nurses on general internal medicine wards. Journal of Hospital Medicine 2015;10(2):83 View
  13. Sheehan J, Laver K, Bhopti A, Rahja M, Usherwood T, Clemson L, Lannin N. Methods and Effectiveness of Communication Between Hospital Allied Health and Primary Care Practitioners: A Systematic Narrative Review. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare 2021;Volume 14:493 View