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As an academic medical institution, UNC is fortunate to have many clinicians who not only engage in quality improvement initiatives, but who publish their findings for others to learn from and share. IHQI stays abreast of recent QI publications from UNC authors who are focused on improving clinical care and improvement outcomes.

Please email us at ihqi@med.unc.edu if you have an article to add to this list.

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Improving the Emergency Department Care of Older Adults in North America. Malone ML, Biese K. Clin Geriatr Med. 2018 Aug;34(3):xiii-xv. doi: 10.1016/j.cger.2018.06.001. Epub 2018 Jun 20. No abstract available. PMID: 30031430

Quiet Time Improves the Patient Experience. Hedges, C., Hunt, C. & Ball, P. (2019). Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 34 (3), 197-202.

Contextual factors that influence quality improvement implementation in primary care: The role of organizations, teams, and individuals. Shea CM, Turner K, Albritton J, Reiter KL. Health Care Manage Rev. 2018 Jul/Sep;43(3):261-269. doi: 10.1097/HMR.0000000000000194. PMID: 29533271

A global call to action: cultivating a safety mindset. Sherwood, Gwen; International Nursing Review, Mar2019; 66(1): 1-3. 3p. (Article) ISSN: 0020-8132

Improving Postpartum Depression Screening and Referral in the Pediatric Setting. Russomagno, Samantha; Improving Postpartum Depression Screening & Referral In The Pediatric Setting, 2018; 1-1. 1p. (Article) ISBN: 9780438063075

Improving Psychosocial Distress Screening: A Quality Improvement Project Using Staff Education. Butcher Holt, Melissa; Improving Psychosocial Distress Screening: A Quality Improvement Project Using Staff Education, 2018; 1-1. 1p. (Article) ISBN: 9780438033641

Primary Care Practices' Abilities And Challenges In Using Electronic Health Record Data For Quality Improvement. Cohen, Deborah J. Dorr, David A. Knierim, Kyle DuBard, C. Annette Hemler, Jennifer R. Hall, Jennifer D. Marino, Miguel Solberg, Leif I. McConnell, K. John Nichols, Len M. Nease Jr., Donald E. Edwards, Samuel T. Wu, Winfred Y. Pham-Singer, Hang Kho, Abel N. Phillips Jr., Robert L. Rasmussen, Luke V. Duffy, F. Daniel Balasubramanian, Bijal A.; Health Affairs, Apr2018; 37(4): 635-643. 9p. (Article - research, tables/charts) ISSN: 0278-2715

Multidisciplinary quality improvement initiative to standardize reporting of lung cancer screening. Cubillos L, Brenner AT, Birchard K, Henderson LM, Molina PL, Pignone M, Ratner S, Rivera MP, Jones L, Reuland DS. Transl Lung Cancer Res. 2018;7(Suppl 3):S297-S301.

Improving Quality in the Care of Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. Egberg, Matthew D. Gulati, Ajay S. Gellad, Ziad F. Melmed, Gil Y. Kappelman, Michael D.; Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, Aug2018; 24(8): 1660-1669. 10p. (Article) ISSN: 1078-0998

A Department of Medicine Infrastructure for Patient Safety and Clinical Quality Improvement. Mathews, Simon C. Pronovost, Peter J. Daugherty Biddison, E. LeePetty, Brent G. Anderson, Mark E. Nelson, Terry S. Outten, Katie Langlotz, Ronald Duda, Denice Herzke, Carrie A. Peairs, Kimberly S. Golden, Sherita H. Lautzenheiser, Matthew B. James, Hailey J. Desai, Sanjay V. Keller, Sara C. Feldman, Leonard S. Pahwa, Amit K. Berry, Stephen A.; American Journal of Medical Quality, Jul/Aug2018; 33(4): 413-419. 7p. (journal article) ISSN: 1062-8606 PMID: 29183149