Gosha Wojcik

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Gosha Wojcik

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12 results

Ventilator-associated pneumonia surveillance using two methods

Journal Article
Craven, T. H., Wojcik, G., McCoubrey, J., Brooks, O., Grant, E., Keating, S., …Walsh, T. S. (2020)
Ventilator-associated pneumonia surveillance using two methods. Journal of Hospital Infection, 104(4), 522-528. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhin.2020.01.020
Background Ventilator-associated pneumonia surveillance is used as a quality indicator due to concerns that some cases may be preventable and may contribute to mortality. Vari...

Good practice in shared decision-making and consent

Report
Wojcik, G. (2018)
Good practice in shared decision-making and consent. The Scottish Government
The Scottish Government’s Health and Social Care Delivery Plan contains a commitment to reviewing the consent process for patients in Scotland with the General Medical Council...

Lack of concordance between ECDC and CDC systems for surveillance of ventilator associated pneumonia

Journal Article
Craven, T. H., Wojcik, G., McCoubrey, J., Brooks, O., Grant, E., Reilly, J., …Walsh, T. S. (2018)
Lack of concordance between ECDC and CDC systems for surveillance of ventilator associated pneumonia. Intensive Care Medicine, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00134-017-4993-8
no abstract available. The online version of this article (https://doi.org/10.1007/s00134-017-4993-8) contains supplementary material, which is available to authorized users...

An integrative review of factors influencing the use of antibiotic de-escalation in hospital setting

Presentation / Conference
Wojcik, G., Kydonaki, C., Willis, D. & Williams, B. (2017, March)
An integrative review of factors influencing the use of antibiotic de-escalation in hospital setting. Poster presented at Edinburgh Antimicrobial Resistance Research Symposium, Edinburgh
No abstract available.

Ventilator associated events and outcome: preliminary results

Presentation / Conference
Wojcik, G., Walsh, T. S. & Craven, T. H. (2016, November)
Ventilator associated events and outcome: preliminary results. Poster presented at Scottish Intensive Care Society 2016, St. Andrews, Scotland
Ventilator associated events and outcome: preliminary results.

Implementation of a novel surveillance algorithm for VAP and attributable antibiotic use: are we on the right tracks?

Presentation / Conference
Wojcik, G., Craven, T. H. & Walsh, T. S. (2016, November)
Implementation of a novel surveillance algorithm for VAP and attributable antibiotic use: are we on the right tracks?. Poster presented at Scottish Intensive Care Society 2016, St. Andrews, Scotland
Implementation of a novel surveillance algorithm for VAP and attributable antibiotic use: are we on the right tracks?

Comparison of Two Ventilator Associated Pneumonia Surveillance Techniques

Journal Article
Craven, T. H., Wojcik, G., & Walsh, T. S. (2016)
Comparison of Two Ventilator Associated Pneumonia Surveillance Techniques. Critical Care, 20(Supp 2),
Comparison of two ventilator associated pneumonia surveillance techniques.

Comparison of Two Ventilator Associated Pneumonia Surveillance Techniques

Presentation / Conference
Craven, T. H., Wojcik, G., Kefala, K., McCoubrey, J., Reilly, J., Paterson, R., …Walsh, T. S. (2016, March)
Comparison of Two Ventilator Associated Pneumonia Surveillance Techniques. Poster presented at 36th International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine

Ventilator associated events and outcome: preliminary results

Presentation / Conference
Craven, T. H., Wojcik, G., & Walsh, T. S. (2016, January)
Ventilator associated events and outcome: preliminary results. Poster presented at Scottish Intensive Care Society 25 th Annual Scientific Meeting

Implementation of a novel surveillance algorithm for VAP and attributable antibiotic use: are we on the right tracks?

Presentation / Conference
Craven, T. H., Wojcik, G., & Walsh, T. S. (2016, January)
Implementation of a novel surveillance algorithm for VAP and attributable antibiotic use: are we on the right tracks?. Poster presented at Scottish Intensive Care Society 25th Annual Scientific Meeting, St. Andrews, UK

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