Patient and Caregiver-Derived Health Service Improvements for Better Critical Care Recovery : Critical Care Medicine

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Clinical Investigations

Patient and Caregiver-Derived Health Service Improvements for Better Critical Care Recovery

Haines, Kimberley J. PhD, BHSc (Physiotherapy)1,2; Leggett, Nina DPT, BBiomed1; Hibbert, Elizabeth B.Physiotherapy1; Hall, Tarli DPT, BHSc1; Boehm, Leanne M. PhD, RN, ACNS-BC3; Bakhru, Rita N. MD, MS4; Bastin, Anthony J. MBBS, PhD5; Butcher, Brad W. MD6; Eaton, Tammy L. PhD, RN, FNP-BC, ACHPN7–9; Harris, Wendy RGN10; Hope, Aluko A. MD, MSCE11; Jackson, James PsyD12; Johnson, Annie APRN, ACNP-BC13; Kloos, Janet A. RN, PhD, APRN-CCNS, CCRN14; Korzick, Karen A. MD, MA15; Mactavish, Pamela BSc Pharm (Hons), MSc16; Meyer, Joel BM, BCh, DM17; Montgomery-Yates, Ashley MD18; Quasim, Tara MBChB, MD16; Slack, Andrew MBBS, MRCP, EDIC, MD (Res)17; Wade, Dorothy PhD, MSc10; Still, Mary APRN, ACNS, ANP-BS, CCRN, FCCM19; Netzer, Giora MD, MSCE20,21; Hopkins, Ramona O. PhD22–24; Mikkelsen, Mark E. MD, MSCE25; Iwashyna, Theodore J. MD, PhD26,27; McPeake, Joanne PhD, MSc, BN (Hons), RGN16,28; Sevin, Carla M. MD29;  on behalf of the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s Thrive Initiative

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doi: 10.1097/CCM.0000000000005681
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