Julius Pham
Julius Pham
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Rapid-response systems as a patient safety strategy: a systematic review
BD Winters, SJ Weaver, ER Pfoh, T Yang, JC Pham, SM Dy
Annals of internal medicine 158 (5_Part_2), 417-425, 2013
Use of advanced radiology during visits to US emergency departments for injury-related conditions, 1998-2007
FK Korley, JC Pham, TD Kirsch
Jama 304 (13), 1465-1471, 2010
Rapid response systems: a systematic review
BD Winters, JC Pham, EA Hunt, E Guallar, S Berenholtz, PJ Pronovost
Critical care medicine 35 (5), 1238-1243, 2007
Improving handoffs in the emergency department
DS Cheung, JJ Kelly, C Beach, RP Berkeley, RA Bitterman, RI Broida, ...
Annals of emergency medicine 55 (2), 171-180, 2010
Framework for patient safety research and improvement
PJ Pronovost, CA Goeschel, JA Marsteller, JB Sexton, JC Pham, ...
Circulation 119 (2), 330-337, 2009
Collaborative cohort study of an intervention to reduce ventilator-associated pneumonia in the intensive care unit
SM Berenholtz, JC Pham, DA Thompson, DM Needham, LH Lubomski, ...
Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology 32 (4), 305-314, 2011
National study on the frequency, types, causes, and consequences of voluntarily reported emergency department medication errors
JC Pham, JL Story, RW Hicks, AD Shore, LL Morlock, DS Cheung, ...
The Journal of emergency medicine 40 (5), 485-492, 2011
Reducing medical errors and adverse events
JC Pham, MS Aswani, M Rosen, HW Lee, M Huddle, K Weeks, ...
Annual review of medicine 63, 447-463, 2012
Rapid response teams—walk, don't run
BD Winters, J Pham, PJ Pronovost
Jama 296 (13), 1645-1647, 2006
What to do with healthcare incident reporting systems
JC Pham, T Girard, PJ Pronovost
Journal of public health research 2 (3), 2013
The effects of ambulance diversion: a comprehensive review
JC Pham, R Patel, MG Millin, TD Kirsch, A Chanmugam
Academic Emergency Medicine 13 (11), 1220-1227, 2006
National study on the distribution, causes, and consequences of voluntarily reported medication errors between the ICU and non-ICU settings
A Latif, N Rawat, A Pustavoitau, PJ Pronovost, JC Pham
Critical care medicine 41 (2), 389-398, 2013
Eliminating central line–associated bloodstream infections: a national patient safety imperative
SM Berenholtz, LH Lubomski, K Weeks, CA Goeschel, JA Marsteller, ...
Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology 35 (1), 56-62, 2014
Reducing Health Care Hazards: Lessons From The Commercial Aviation Safety Team: A proposed public-private partnership to help the health care community emulate the successes of …
PJ Pronovost, CA Goeschel, KL Olsen, JC Pham, MR Miller, ...
Health Affairs 28 (Suppl1), w479-w489, 2009
Using evidence, rigorous measurement, and collaboration to eliminate central catheter-associated bloodstream infections
M Sawyer, K Weeks, CA Goeschel, DA Thompson, SM Berenholtz, ...
Critical care medicine 38, S292-S298, 2010
Seventy‐two‐hour returns may not be a good indicator of safety in the emergency department: a national study
JC Pham, TD Kirsch, PM Hill, K DeRuggerio, B Hoffmann
Academic Emergency Medicine 18 (4), 390-397, 2011
Mortality among marathon runners in the United States, 2000-2009
SC Mathews, DL Narotsky, DL Bernholt, M Vogt, YH Hsieh, PJ Pronovost, ...
The American journal of sports medicine 40 (7), 1495-1500, 2012
The business case for quality: economic analysis of the Michigan Keystone Patient Safety Program in ICUs
HR Waters, R Korn Jr, E Colantuoni, SM Berenholtz, CA Goeschel, ...
American Journal of Medical Quality 26 (5), 333-339, 2011
Trends in imaging use during the emergency department evaluation of flank pain
ES Hyams, FK Korley, JC Pham, BR Matlaga
The Journal of urology 186 (6), 2270-2274, 2011
The national trend in quality of emergency department pain management for long bone fractures
TS Ritsema, GD Kelen, PJ Pronovost, JC Pham
Academic Emergency Medicine 14 (2), 163-169, 2007
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