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A novel e-health resource to support patients and families after Intensive Care: criticalcarerecovery.com

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Ramsay, P., Hope, D., Donaghy, E., & Walsh, T. (2017)
A novel e-health resource to support patients and families after Intensive Care: criticalcarerecovery.com
No abstract available.

Patient- and family-centered performance measures focused on actionable processes of care for persistent and chronic critical illness: protocol for a systematic review

Journal Article
Rose, L., Istanboulian, L., Allum, L., Burry, L., Dale, C., Hart, N., …Connolly, B. (2017)
Patient- and family-centered performance measures focused on actionable processes of care for persistent and chronic critical illness: protocol for a systematic review. Systematic Reviews, 6, https://doi.org/10.1186/s13643-017-0476-9
Background: Approximately 5 to 10% of critically ill patients transition from acute critical illness to a state of persistent and in some cases chronic critical illness. Thes...

Developing your Rehabilitation after Critical Illness (RACI) service

Presentation / Conference
Ramsay, P. (2017, March)
Developing your Rehabilitation after Critical Illness (RACI) service. Paper presented at Developing your Rehab after Critical Illness (RaCI) Service, Birmingham Conference and Events Centre

A novel e-health resource to support patients and families after ICU

Presentation / Conference
Ramsay, P. (2016, November)
A novel e-health resource to support patients and families after ICU. Paper presented at 5th Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference
No abstract available.

Quality of life among survivors of prolonged critical illness; a mixed methods study

Journal Article
Ramsay, P., Huby, G., Thompson, A., & Walsh, T. (2007)
Quality of life among survivors of prolonged critical illness; a mixed methods study. Critical care : the official journal of the Critical Care Forum, 12(Suppl 2), (P508). ISSN 1364-8535
Introduction: Survivors of prolonged critical illness (requiring ≥ 14 days ventilation) experience the highest prevalence and severest forms of critical illness-related morbid...

An assessment of the validity of spectral entropy as a measure of sedation statein mechanically ventilated critically ill patients

Journal Article
Walsh, T. S., Ramsay, P., Lapinlampi, T. P., Särkelä, M. O. K., Viertiö-Oja, H. E., & Meriläinen, P. T. (2008)
An assessment of the validity of spectral entropy as a measure of sedation statein mechanically ventilated critically ill patients. Intensive Care Medicine, 34(2), 308-315. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00134-007-0858-x
To assess whether the Entropy Module (GE Healthcare, Helsinki, Finland), a device to measure hypnosis in anesthesia, is a valid measure of sedation state in critically ill pat...

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A novel e-health resource to support patients and families in and after intensive care: spreading the word throughout NHS Scotland.

2017 - 2019
Our website evaluated extremely positively among patients, family members and clinicians in NHS Lothian and our model is unquestionably of utility Scotland-wide.The underpinning research and iterative...
Funder: Health Foundation | Value: £29,884

A novel website to support patients and families in and after Intensive Care; spreading improvement across NHS Lothian

2017 - 2018
In this project, we will spread the use of an innovative website, designed to support patients and family members in and after Intensive Care. We have already implemented the website at the Royal Infi...
Funder: The Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare | Value: £7,894

Can counselling help patients and families after Intensive Care: a pilot study and evaluation: the CONNECT study

2017 - 2017
Surviving critical illness is associated with chronic psychological distress. Anxiety occurs in 43% of patients and depression in 30% of patients at 12 months after hospital discharge. Post-traumatic ...
Funder: Edinburgh & Lothians Health Foundation | Value: £10,818

Getting it Right: the continuing support and service needs of ICU survivors

2016 - 2017
In this project, we will develop a questionnaire designed to capture ICU survivors' healthcare and support needs. The questionnaire will be based on (1) a literature review and (2) a completed longitu...
Funder: The Intensive Care Society | Value: £1,620