Anping Xie, PhD
Johns Hopkins University
Anping Xie, PhD, is a Human Factors Engineer and an Assistant Professor in the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality and the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University. He has been conducting innovative human factors research in various healthcare settings (e.g., pediatrics, critical care, surgery) on a wide range of topics (e.g., patient- and family-centered care, HIT design and implementation, healthcare-associated infection prevention). His current research focuses on using human factors and systems engineering approaches to improve patient and family engagement and prescription opioid use in perioperative pain management.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Tailoring the Development of Structured Interprofessional Bedside Rounds: The TeamingUP© Model to Relational Coordination Data Within a Stroke Unit
Introduction: Team coordination problems continue to be an important source of errors, inefficiencies, conflict and other adverse events in health care. Structured Interprofessional Bedside Rounds (SIBR) provide a consistent method for patients, families, and clinicians from different disciplines to collaborate in daily discussions of care and clinical decision-making. Here we explore baseline levels of Relational Coordination (RC) present within and between interprofessional (IP) members prior SIBR implementation and we hypothesize that SIBR will enhance communication, teamwork, and…