Degree Awarded Date
December 22, 2022
Cognitive aids have been shown to increase proper use of evidence-based practice treatment strategies in emergent scenarios. These treatment strategies can be unfamiliar to the provider as emergencies are rare, and when coupled with a heightened stress level and sense of urgency, relying on memory alone can be challenging. The purpose of this project was to implement a set of emergency-use cognitive aids developed by Stanford University known as the Stanford Emergency Manual into a set of operating rooms and measure the anesthesia providers use and perception of the cognitive aid via pre-implementation and post-implementation e-mailed surveys.
Walsh, Robert CRNA (Chair) Barnes Jewish College, Goldfarb School of Nursing
Kush, Catherine DNP, RN, GNP-BC (Committee Member) Barnes Jewish College, Goldfarb School of Nursing
Henrichs, Bernadette PhD, CRNA, CHSE, FAANA (Mentor) Barnes Jewish College, Goldfarb School of Nursing
Mette, Katie, "Anesthesia Provider’s Use and Perception of Emergency Cognitive Aids" (2023). Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Student Projects. Paper 8.