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Attending Physician, Division of Hospital Medicine
Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics
In my clinical work, I specialize in the care of hospitalized children. This work includes generally healthy children hospitalized for acute illnesses and children with chronic and complex medical conditions who require hospitalization and coordination of subspecialty care.
Working clinically with children and their parents is a joy. I was drawn to pediatrics because I was fascinated by the disease processes that primarily impact children. I enjoy honing the combination of skills required to care for children, such as understanding child growth and development and how those factors bring unique challenges to the job.
My research, supported by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH), focuses on improving the quality, safety and value of the care provided to hospitalized children. There is a lot of waste in the healthcare system in terms of unnecessary spending. These wasteful practices can also lead to additional unnecessary care or even patient harm. My research aims to understand how to implement evidence-based practices and discontinue harmful procedures or practices that don't improve the quality and safety of patient care. In my research, I use quantitative, qualitative and implementation science methods. Through my scholarly work, I also strive to engage individuals who don't typically consider themselves researchers, such as bedside clinicians, patients and families.
I am board certified in pediatrics (2012) and in pediatric hospital medicine (2019).
Quality improvement; clinical research
Amanda C. Schondelmeyer, MD7/21/2020
BS, BA: University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, 2005.
MD: University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, 2009.
Residency: Pediatrics, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 2012.
Fellowship: Hospital Medicine, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 2015.
MSc: University of Cincinnati Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, 2015.
Certification: Pediatrics, 2012.
Evaluation for Neonatal HSV in Infants Undergoing Workup for Serious Bacterial Infection: A 5-Year Retrospective Review.
Brower, LH; Wilson, PM; Murtagh-Kurowski, E; Courter, JD; Shah, SS; Schondelmeyer, AC.
Prevalence of Continuous Pulse Oximetry Monitoring in Hospitalized Children with Bronchiolitis Not Requiring Supplemental Oxygen.
Bonafide, CP; Xiao, R; Brady, PW; Landrigan, CP; Brent, C; Wolk, CB; Bettencourt, AP; McLeod, L; Barg, F; Beidas, RS; et al.
Journal of the American Medical Association.
Measuring overuse of continuous pulse oximetry in bronchiolitis and developing strategies for large-scale deimplementation: Study protocol for a feasibility trial.
Rasooly, IR; Beidas, RS; Wolk, CB; Barg, F; Landrigan, CP; Schondelmeyer, A; Brady, PW; McLeod, LM; Bonafide, CP.
Pilot and Feasibility Studies.
Nurse Responses to Physiologic Monitor Alarms on a General Pediatric Unit.
Schondelmeyer, AC; Daraiseh, NM; Allison, B; Acree, C; Loechtenfeldt, AM; Timmons, KM; Mangeot, C; Brady, PW.
Journal of hospital medicine (Online).
Inpatient Communication Barriers and Drivers When Caring for Limited English Proficiency Children.
Choe, AY; Unaka, NI; Schondelmeyer, AC; Bignall, WJ R; Vilvens, HL; Thomson, JE.
Journal of hospital medicine (Online).
Using Quality Improvement to Implement a Standardized Approach to Neonatal Herpes Simplex Virus.
Brower, LH; Wilson, PM; Kurowski, EM; Haslam, D; Courter, J; Goyal, N; Durling, M; Shah, SS; Schondelmeyer, A.
Things Are Not Always What They Seem Two Cases of Child Maltreatment Presenting With Common Pediatric Chief Complaints.
Vukovic, AA; Poole, MD; Hoehn, EF; Caldwell, AK; Schondelmeyer, AC.
Pediatric Emergency Care.
Factors Influencing Use of Continuous Physiologic Monitors for Hospitalized Pediatric Patients.
Schondelmeyer, AC; Jenkins, AM; Allison, B; Timmons, KM; Loechtenfeldt, AM; Pope-Smyth, ST; Vaughn, LM.
Neonatal Herpes Simplex Virus Infection Among Medicaid-Enrolled Children: 2009-2015.
Mahant, S; Hall, M; Schondelmeyer, AC; Berry, JG; Kimberlin, DW; Shah, SS; Netw, PR I S; Grp, CA S.
Quality Improvement Feature Series Article 4: Advanced Designs for Quality Improvement Studies.
Ambroggio, L; Schondelmeyer, A; Hoefgen, E; Brady, P; Shaughnessy, E.
Journal of the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society.
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