Posters from multiple colleges across the University of Iowa, from both sides of the river, were represented at this year’s session. More than 60 posters documenting a wide variety of activities from better handoffs to managing pharmaceuticals more safely and efficiently were on display.
As with years past, the session encourages works in progress to encourage greater participation and inspire collaboration, a key theme within the Quality and Safety Symposium’s mission.
This year’s QSS keynote speaker, Sorrel King, was also in attendance and she graciously offered on behalf of the Josie King Foundation to sponsor the cash awards to this year’s award winners.
Congratulations to session organizer, Dr. Wendy Fiordellisi, and to this year’s winners. A special thank you as well to the three dozen judges who helped make the event possible.
- Caitlin E. Bulin
“Efficient Nurse Report: Utilizing Secure Mobile Messaging and the Electronic Medical Record to Improve Throughput”
- Kate Pape
“Improving Pediatric Medication Safety in the Burn Unit”
- Patrick Kinn
“Implementation of Blood Culture Rapid Diagnostic System with Antimicrobial Stewardship Intervention”
- James Kinney
“The Implementation of a LGBTQ Health Education Intervention and LGBTQ Clinic in an Interdisciplinary, Student-Run Mobile Clinic”
- Annaliese Bosco
“Acute Stroke Action Plan (ASAP): An Interdisciplinary Quality Improvement Project”
- Douglas Russo
“Patient Outcomes and Satisfaction in Treatment for Pectus Excavatum”
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