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Goal: To evaluate a staff education program on approach to improve in the rate of eligible NICU infants in safe sleep in a busy 84-bed level IV NICU.
Outcome Measures; Improve safe sleep compliance for eligible patients to 90% or greater by December 2019.
Process Measures: Audits from bedside RNs showing compliance with safe sleep.
Planned Intervention: In December of 2018 a multidisciplinary work group brainstormed and implemented best practice safe sleep education for staff and parents. September 2019 a Safe Sleep Educational Toolkit was made available for staff.
Results: Safe Sleep compliance has gone from 53% to 90% in September of 2019 after the initiation of a safe sleep toolkit.
Sleep; Intensive Care Units, Neonatal; Pediatric Nursing; Quality Improvement; Sudden Infant Death
Safe Sleep Practices; Babies; SIDS
Congenital, Hereditary, and Neonatal Diseases and Abnormalities | Critical Care Nursing | Interprofessional Education | Pediatric Nursing | Pediatrics
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Mirabile, Ashley; Haney, Barb; Wilderson, Dianne; Palmer, Beckie; Domsch, Ashley; and Pallotto, Eugenia K., "Safe Sleep in the NICU" (2019). Posters. 142.