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Objective: compare unit structure and process-related factors against unit-specific CLABSI rate.
Conclusion: CLABSI mitigation requires more than individual competence with task-related practices; the unique work ecology of each clinical area may broadly influence CLABSI as an outcome; extending analyses to consider organizational structure can inform resource allocation and recalibrate traditional prevention strategies.
Hospitals, Pediatric; Bacteremia; Catheter-Related Infections; Catheterization, Central Venous; Central Venous Catheters; Patient Safety
CLABSI; Central Line Infections; Children's Hospitals
Monsees, Elizabeth; Bauer, Paul N.; Ballam, Yolanda; and Lee, Brian R., "Identifying Structural Factors Associated with Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections (CLABSI) Risk in a Single-Center Pediatric Academic Hospital" (2019). Posters. 91.