2011 - Member of the National Academy of Medicine (NAM)
2008 - Fellow of the MacArthur Foundation
Member of the Association of American Physicians
Peter J. Pronovost mainly focuses on Health care, Intensive care medicine, Intensive care unit, Intensive care and MEDLINE. His research on Health care focuses in particular on Patient safety. His Intensive care medicine research incorporates elements of Observational study, Incidence, Sepsis, Catheter and Retrospective cohort study.
His work deals with themes such as Cohort study, Staffing, Confidence interval, Emergency medicine and Prospective cohort study, which intersect with Intensive care unit. Peter J. Pronovost has included themes like Ventilator-associated pneumonia, Anesthesiology, Lung injury, Resuscitation and Sedation in his Intensive care study. His MEDLINE research incorporates elements of Risk analysis, Risk management and Medical emergency.
Peter J. Pronovost mostly deals with Patient safety, Health care, Intensive care medicine, Nursing and Medical emergency. His work in Patient safety tackles topics such as MEDLINE which are related to areas like Family medicine. Peter J. Pronovost studied Health care and Psychological intervention that intersect with Intervention.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Lung injury, Cohort study and Emergency medicine in addition to Intensive care medicine. His Emergency medicine research focuses on Odds ratio and how it connects with Confidence interval. His study in Intensive care unit is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Critical care nursing, Staffing, Prospective cohort study and Intensive care.
Peter J. Pronovost spends much of his time researching Health care, Patient safety, MEDLINE, Emergency medicine and Quality management. His studies in Health care integrate themes in fields like Process, Public relations, Medical education, Medical emergency and Risk assessment. His Medical emergency research integrates issues from Intensive care unit and Intensive care medicine.
Peter J. Pronovost interconnects Quality, Operations management, Nursing, Accountability and Harm in the investigation of issues within Patient safety. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Pain control, Surgery, Retrospective cohort study, Outpatient clinic and Family medicine. The Emergency medicine study combines topics in areas such as Psychological intervention, Medical prescription, Cohort study, Prospective cohort study and Physical therapy.
His main research concerns Emergency medicine, Health care, Medical prescription, Psychological intervention and MEDLINE. His Emergency medicine study incorporates themes from Mortality rate, Prospective cohort study, Retrospective cohort study, Medication adherence and Physical therapy. His Health care research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Quality, Public relations, Medical education, Teamwork and Risk assessment.
His studies deal with areas such as Odds ratio, Randomized controlled trial, Quality of life and Intensive care unit as well as Psychological intervention. Many of his research projects under MEDLINE are closely connected to ALARM with ALARM, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Health care quality study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Intervention, Health information technology, Medicaid and Intensive care medicine.
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An intervention to decrease catheter-related bloodstream infections in the ICU
Peter Pronovost;Dale Needham;Sean Berenholtz;David Sinopoli.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2006)
Physician Staffing Patterns and Clinical Outcomes in Critically Ill Patients: A Systematic Review
Peter J. Pronovost;Derek C. Angus;Todd Dorman;Karen A. Robinson.
Frailty as a Predictor of Surgical Outcomes in Older Patients
Martin A. Makary;Dorry L. Segev;Peter J. Pronovost;Dora Syin.
Journal of The American College of Surgeons (2010)
Eliminating catheter-related bloodstream infections in the intensive care unit.
Sean M. Berenholtz;Peter J. Pronovost;Pamela A. Lipsett;Deborah Hobson.
Critical Care Medicine (2004)
Using a bundle approach to improve ventilator care processes and reduce ventilator-associated pneumonia.
Roger Resar;Peter Pronovost;Peter Pronovost;Carol Haraden;Terri Simmonds.
The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety (2005)
Organizational characteristics of intensive care units related to outcomes of abdominal aortic surgery.
Peter J. Pronovost;Mollie W. Jenckes;Todd Dorman;Elizabeth Garrett.
Operating Room Teamwork among Physicians and Nurses: Teamwork in the Eye of the Beholder
Martin A. Makary;Martin A. Makary;J. Bryan Sexton;J. Bryan Sexton;Julie A. Freischlag;Christine G. Holzmueller;Christine G. Holzmueller.
Journal of The American College of Surgeons (2006)
Improving communication in the ICU using daily goals.
Peter Pronovost;Sean Berenholtz;Todd Dorman;Pam A. Lipsett.
Journal of Critical Care (2003)
The checklist--a tool for error management and performance improvement.
Brigette M. Hales;Peter J. Pronovost.
Journal of Critical Care (2006)
Neuromuscular dysfunction acquired in critical illness: a systematic review
Robert D. Stevens;David W. Dowdy;Robert K. Michaels;Pedro A. Mendez-Tellez.
Intensive Care Medicine (2007)
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