Improving utilization of order sets at a pediatric hospital in Haiti

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Improving utilization of order sets at a pediatric hospital in Haiti
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Alzuphar, K. (author)
Deshommes, T. (author)
Koster, M. (author)
Gautier, J. (author)
Date Created
2017
Abstract
The aim was to investigate the design, acceptability, and uptake of pneumonia, sickle cell, and malnutrition order sets currently used by nurses, attending physicians, and resident physicians at Saint Damien Hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. This study helped to illuminate many of the successes and failures related to order set utilization at SDH.
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Global Health
Pediatrics
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Alzuphar, K., Deshommes, T., Koster, M., et al., "Improving utilization of order sets at a pediatric hospital in Haiti" (2017). Global Health Research Day. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://repository.library.brown.edu/studio/item/bdr:697817/

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