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RUNNING HEAD: CLABSIs LITERATURE EVALUATION TABLE 1 Literature Evaluation Table Student Name Institutional Affiliation
CLABSIs LITERATURE EVALUATION TABLE 2 Literature Evaluation Table Criteria Article 1 Article 2 Article 3 Article 4 Author, Journal (Peer- Reviewed), and Permalink or Working Link to Access Article Schwartz, S., Frankel, A., Rehder, K., Leonard, M., Frankel, T., Watson, S., and Sexton, J. cmjournal/Citation/2016/1 2001/1255___CENTRAL _LINE_ASSOCIATED_B LOODSTREAM.1214.asp x Cho, S. Y., Chung, D. R., Ryu, J. G., Choi, J. R., Ahn, N., Kim, S. and Song, J. H. . nih.gov/pubmed/2833 3762 Bundy, D. G., Gaur, A. H., Billett, A. L., He, B., Colantuoni, E. A., and Miller, M. R. lm.nih.gov/pubme d/25404721 Zavotsky, K. E., Malast, T., Festus, O. and Riskie, V. bi.nlm.nih.gov/ pubmed/26583 628 Article Title and Year Published Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infection Rates Associated with ICU Teamwork Climate. Critical Care Medicine . 2016 Impact on Targeted Interventions on Trends in Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infection: A Single- Centre Experience from the Republic of Korea. Critical Care Medicine. 2017 Preventing CLABSIs among pediatric hematology/oncol ogy inpatients: national collaborative results. Pediatrics . 2014 Reducing Central Line Associated Bloodstream Infections on Oncology. Units using peer review. 2015 Research Questions (Qualitative)/H ypothesis (Quantitative), and Purposes/Aim of Study Qualitative study. The study was conducted to establish the relationship between patients’ outcomes and healthcare climate. This involved evaluating the functional ability of the team to evaluate, coordinate and adapt changing team dynamics with an aim of minimizing CLABSIs Qualitative study. The study was conducted to assess the effects of the targeted interventions on CLABSIs trends. Quantitative and qualitative study. The objective of the study was to assess the feasibility of multicenter efforts of standardizing CL care and CLABSI tracking. Again, the study aimed at Qualitative study. This study was conducted to describe peer-to-peer programs and outcomes of interventions to reduce incidences of CLABSIs in
CLABSIs LITERATURE EVALUATION TABLE 3 upon catheter insertion and maintenance using evidence-based techniques. quantifying the impact of standardizing processes on CLABSI rates among the pediatric hematology/oncol ogy inpatients. patients in transplantation, bone marrow, surgical oncology, and medical units. Design (Type of Quantitative, or Type of Qualitative) The retrospective multi- center observational study utilizing teamwork climate data from 29 adult ICUs. A before-and-after study between 2013 January and 2014 September. Multicenter quality improvement collaborative starting November 2009 Qualitative design. Setting/Sample Michigan Hospital Association Keystone Centre for Patient Safety and Quality.

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