Critical Care Scholarly Activity, QI & Research
The program will ensure a meaningful, supervised research experience with appropriate protected time for each fellow, while maintaining the essential clinical exposure as required by the ACGME. The School of Medicine also provides information and resources on the clinical research process.
|QI Project Title||QI Project Author(s)|
|Analyzing the use of a low dose dexmedetomidine protocol in alcohol withdrawal||Craig Cookman, DO, Andrew Elliott, DO|
|Accelerating ventilator liberation effectively and safely||Austin Loranger, MD, Brian Krajicek, MD, Douglas Moore, MD, Robert Plambeck, MD, Robert Schulz|
Fellows will be supervised and mentored by qualified faculty members of their choosing. Fellows will learn fundamental concepts regarding the standards of ethical conduct of research, design and implementation of research studies, responsible use of informed consent, research methodology, and interpretation of data. Fellows will also be required to demonstrate evidence of research productivity through publication in peer-reviewed journals and/or presentation of research findings at national specialty meetings.
Opportunities For Presenting And Publishing
Opportunities for Presenting at Upcoming National Conferences
Opportunities for Publishing
Our program is rich in interprofessional education and as a result, we have many opportunities for fellows to co-author.
For additional information, check out Creighton’s Health Sciences Library for various specialty specific journals.
Adam Highley, MD
Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine Division