Ronnie Quattrini, DNP, FNP-BC
Family Nurse Practitioner Track,
- 1) Interprofessional Education: Improving Communication Between NP & MD Students in the Emergency Department through Simulation
2) Emergency Medicine: Patient Quality, Safety, and Flow
3) Simulation and Standardized Patients (PETA & OSCE) use in Advanced Practice Nursing Education
- Simulation Based Curriculum for Patient Centered Communication for Medical & Nurse Practitioner Students
- Simulation is a powerful tool in health professions interprofessional education, and one relatively underutilized outside of critical care and anesthesia. The proposed project addresses evaluating current communication skills among medical and nurse practitioner students with simulated patients, and using a focused, multidisciplinary intervention to improve this communication. A scenario revolving around error disclosure will be used as a pilot, and will involve nurse practitioner and medical students on their emergency medicine rotation. The effect of the intervention on the quality and efficiency of communication will be observed and measured using a standardized checklist. The results of this pilot will be used to guide further simulation-based interprofessional initiatives in communication in healthcare.
Quattrini, V. & Swan, B. A. (2011).
EVALUATING CARE IN ED FAST TRACKS.
JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY NURSING, 37 (1), 40-46.
Quattrini, V. (2010, September).
Evaluating Patient Acuity and Resource Allocation in Emergency Department Fast Tracks.
Virginia Henderson International Nursing Library, Registry of Nursing Research.
Areas of Specialization
- Family Nurse Practitioner