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Linda Huddleston, RN, MSN, MPHc Director of Infection Prevention

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Robin Cater, RN, BSN, CCRN Clinical Educator Critical Care/Cardiac Care Stepdown Unit. Linda Huddleston, RN, MSN, MPHc Director of Infection Prevention. On the CUSP Adventure. In 2009, ICU and CCU had a combined CLABSI rate of 1.06 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
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  • Linda Huddleston, RN, MSN, MPHcDirector of Infection PreventionRobin Cater, RN, BSN, CCRNClinical Educator Critical Care/Cardiac Care Stepdown Unit

  • On the CUSP Adventure In 2009, ICU and CCU had a combined CLABSI rate of 1.06 We wanted to get to zero but how could we get there?

  • Enlightened Denise Flook contacted Infection Preventionists in Georgia and Enlightened them about a project from Johns Hopkins. On the CUSP (Comprehensive Unit-based Safety Program)

  • Peter Pronovost

    One doctor, motivated by a high profile pediatric death at Johns Hopkins , led the charge that launched a persistent effort to "transform" that culture and improve patient safety.

  • EngagedA CLABSI Prevention team was formedIncluded representation from: ICU, CCU, ECC, anesthesia, Infection Prevention, staff nurses, PICC nurse, CNO, Director of OR, Medical Resident &Director of Residency , Vascular Liaison, and an ID consultant

  • EngagedSurveyed staff (60% completed)Created a central line bundleEducated staffCentral line checklistAsk daily if catheter can be removed (revised daily goal tool)Empowered nurses to SPEAK UP!

  • EncouragedDenise Flook, Peter ProvonostCoaching and content callsEach month we were at zero:CelebrationsIntranetSigns in units

  • EmpoweredCoached Staff to set an example and be Pro-active Any staff can stop the procedure Currently working on creating a Culture of Safety with a Speak Up program.

  • EvaluatedAssumed that everyone knew what a head to toe dressing was-discovered that we had a 46 drapeAssumed that checklists were being completed at the bedside-EMR was being used post-procedure Physicians are using more Picc lines now with CVP monitoring capacity

  • Getting to

    January 2010- last CLABSI ICUuntil August 2011.. January 2008 last CLABSI CCU


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