Slide 17. AHRQ's Grants-A Diverse Range of Simulated Clinical Applications

Patient Safety in Ambulatory Health Care

On July 13, 2012, Jeffrey Brady, MD, MPH, made this presentation at the meeting of the National Advisory Council.

Slide 17. AHRQ's Grants-A Diverse Range of Simulated Clinical Applications.

  • High volume ambulatory surgical procedures.
  • Diagnosis of melanoma.
  • Obstetric emergency response drills in rural hospitals.
  • Improving teamwork & culture of safety in the ED.
  • Patient-tracking systems in the emergency department.
  • Acute coronary syndrome management in rural setting.
  • Rapid response emergency team training.
  • Standardized patients to improve patient education skills in the outpatient setting.
  • Training rapid response teams.
  • Emergent cesarean deliveries.
  • Three-dimensional virtual reality team training.
  • Patient care hand-offs.
  • Post-anesthesia care unit communication.
  • Pediatric emergency care (2).
  • Assessing paramedic skill in endotracheal intubation.
  • Design and development of information systems for the ED (2).
  • Improving physician-nurse communication with serious gaming.


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Current as of November 2012
Internet Citation: Slide 17. AHRQ's Grants-A Diverse Range of Simulated Clinical Applications: Patient Safety in Ambulatory Health Care. November 2012. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/news/events/nac/2012-07-nac/brady/brady0712sl17.html