First and Last Name/s of Presenters

Anthony IandoliFollow

Participation Type

Poster

Final Title of Poster or Paper

Decision Tools for Transporting Critically-Ill Pediatric Patients & Parents

Mentor/s

Professor Dixie Douville

College

College of Nursing

Location

University Commons

Start Day/Time

4-24-2019 2:00 PM

End Day/Time

4-24-2019 5:00 PM

Abstract

It was identified that the Boston Med Flight critical care helicopter agency lacked a sufficient process for deciding the appropriate method of bringing parents with the medical crews on critical-care transport flights of pediatric patients to level 1 trauma centers. That being said, we reviewed information from the AJCC, the FAA and other sources to design a decision tree to aid the direction in decision making for the flight nurses, pilots and paramedics when it comes to parents coming along.

Awards

College of Nursing Dean's Prize, Honorable Mention

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Decision Tools for Transporting Critically-Ill Pediatric Patients & Parents

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It was identified that the Boston Med Flight critical care helicopter agency lacked a sufficient process for deciding the appropriate method of bringing parents with the medical crews on critical-care transport flights of pediatric patients to level 1 trauma centers. That being said, we reviewed information from the AJCC, the FAA and other sources to design a decision tree to aid the direction in decision making for the flight nurses, pilots and paramedics when it comes to parents coming along.