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Ingrid Connerney

Senior Director, Quality, Safety, and Clinical Effectiveness

University of Maryland Medical Center

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University of Maryland Medical Center

22 South Green St Room P1H10

Baltimore, Maryland,21201

United States

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The University of Maryland Medical System's Maryland Brain Attack Center was created to provide the most advanced and innovative treatments to stroke patients throughout the state of Maryland. The Center utilizes a multidisciplinary team of health care profess...more

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Maryland Patient Safety Conferenc - Maryland Patient Safety Center

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Ingrid Connerney, Dr.P.H., R.N., Director, Clinical Effectiveness, Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, University of Maryland Medical Center


Winter 2006 InFocus Clinical Newsletter for CareFirst Providers

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"The strength of the initiative is that it is evidenced based and bundles together five basic practices that are very simple but very effective," explained Ingrid Connerney, Director of Clinical Effectiveness at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore.Connerney adds that the involvement of IHI (Institute of Healthcare Improvement) and the Maryland Patient Safety Center Collaborative provide tools and ideas on how to optimize the 100K Lives initiative."To sustain the highest level of compliance, we revisit the evidencebased practices periodically, collect data on compliance, and monitor outcomes," she said.Assessing the benefi ts for hospitals participating in the 100K Lives initiative, Ingrid Connerney at the University of Maryland Medical Center, said, "Having a bundle of best practices for a patient population helps us make sure we get it right every time.


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Ingrid Connerney, DrPH, RN Board Member At LargeDirector, Clinical EffectivenessUniversity of Maryland Medical System


Depression In the News

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Results will be presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society in Savannah, Ga., on March 2, by principal investigator Dr. Ingrid Connerney, director of Clinical Effectiveness at the University of Maryland Medical Center. For the study, Dr. Connerney performed a detailed psychiatric interview with each patient prior to discharge from the hospital.The patients were assessed in a follow up 12 months later. "We looked at many factors, including the patient's age, gender, marital status, smoking behavior, and depression," explains Dr. Connerney, "but it turned out that only depression, heart condition, and gender mattered, and they were of equal importance."The increased risk faced by women could not be explained by differences in demographics, severity of disease, or other factors. "Based on our findings, we believe that physicians and patients need to be aware of the increased risks faced by patients suffering depression," says Dr. Connerney."The next logical step is to investigate whether treatment of depression lessens the risk of future cardiac events." Coronary artery bypass surgery is performed to help the heart pump blood around blocked arteries and to alleviate severe chest pain.About 20 percent of heart bypass patients suffer from depression in the hospital. In addition to Dr. Connerney, Peter Shapiro, M.D., and Richard Sloan, Ph.D., of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, and Joseph McLaughlin, M.D., of the University of Maryland School of Medicine, also collaborated on the study.


Part II: Call for Posters (436-553)

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Presented by: Ingrid Connerney, R.N., M.P.H., Dr.P.H.(c), Clinical Practice Coordinator at University of Maryland Medical SystemAbout Us | Join | Events | Programs | Publications | Press Releases | Resources | Career Center | What's New | Home


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