Critical Care Research in Collaboration & Evidence Translation (CCRICET)

The Critical Care Research in Collaboration & Evidence Translation (CCRiCeT) group is an initiative of the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Western Sydney University (WSU) and the Centre for Applied Nursing Research (CANR). CCRiCeT works to bring clinicians and academics together to support one another to undertake or integrate research to improve patient care in key clinical areas of Emergency, Intensive Care, Coronary care and Vascular Access. A central strategy of CCRiCeT is to facilitate collaboration between clinicians, academics, and patients to deliver high impact evidence to the clinical area, reviewing the international evidence for best practice and undertake research in areas of need. Research, collaboration and evidence translation aims to improve patient outcomes, incorporating a patient centred approach will ensure that the research projects are driven to meet the needs of the people we care for.

CCRiCeT publications

  • Iyer, Dushyant; Hunt, Leanne; Frost, Steven A; Aneman, Anders. (2018) Daily intra‐abdominal pressure, Sequential Organ Failure Score and fluid balance predict duration of mechanical ventilation. Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica.
  • Alexandrou, Evan; Ray-Barruel, Gillian; Carr, Peter J; Frost, SA; Inwood, Sheila; Higgins, Niall; Lin, Frances; Alberto, Laura; Mermel, Leonard; Rickard, Claire M. (2018) Use of Short Peripheral Intravenous Catheters: Characteristics, Management, and Outcomes Worldwide. Journal of hospital medicine 13 (5)
  • Chan, B; Butler, E; Frost, SA; Chuan, A; Aneman, A. (2018) Cerebrovascular autoregulJournal of hospital medicineation monitoring and patient‐centred outcomes after cardiac surgery: a systematic review. Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica. 62 (5): 588-599
  • Athari, Fakhri; Hillman, Ken M; Frost, Steven A. (2018) The changing nature of the population of intensive-care patients. Journal of Hospital Administration. 7 (2): 1
  • Athari, Fakhri; Hillman, Ken M; Frost, Steven A. (2017) The concept of frailty in intensive care. Australian Critical Care, Elsevier
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