Bush and Woodley publish to promote family presence during pediatric resuscitation

Family presence during pediatric resuscitation is becoming more common in pediatric critical care settings, and pediatric critical care nurses regularly facilitate this process. Unfortunately, most hospitals lack policies and education to support nurses in this practice. Renee Bush, DNP, MSN, RN, and Lisa Woodley, SON Clinical Associate Professor, collaborated on this Quality Improvement Initiative by developing an educational intervention aimed at promoting pediatric intensive care nurses’ knowledge and self-confidence with family presence during pediatric resuscitations. The article can be found here.