Hospital's observed specific standard practice: A novel measure of variation in care for common inpatient pediatric conditions.
Bakel, LA; Richardson, T; De Souza, HG; Kaiser, SV; Mahant, S; Treasure, JD; Waynik, IY; Winer, JC; Bajaj, L.
Journal of hospital medicine (Online).
High-Flow Nasal Cannula: The Challenge of Studying What Cannot Be Measured.
Treasure, JD; Harrison, WN; Willer, RJ.
Variation in Diagnostic Testing and Empiric Acyclovir Use for HSV Infection in Febrile Infants.
Treasure, JD; Shah, SS; Hall, M; Mahant, S; Berry, JG; Kimberlin, DW; Schondelmeyer, AC; Pediatric Research in Inpatient Settings Network a, .
Deimplementation in Bronchiolitis: How Low Can We Go?.
Treasure, JD; Parker, MW; Shah, SS.
Enough Is Enough: Quality Improvement to Deimplement High-Flow Nasal Cannula in Bronchiolitis.
Treasure, JD; Hubbell, B; Statile, AM.
Improving Efficiency of Pediatric Hospital Medicine Team Daily Workflow.
Unaka, NI; Herrmann, LE; Parker, MW; Jerardi, KE; Brady, PW; Demeritt, B; Lichner, K; Carlisle, M; Treasure, JD; Hickey, E; et al.
Implementation, Evaluation, and Improvement of Pediatrics Residents-as-Teachers Elective Through Iterative Feedback.
Tang Girdwood, S; Treasure, J; Zackoff, M; Klein, M.
Medical Science Educator.
Case 6: An Infant Presenting with Hematuria and Pallor.
Riney, LC; Treasure, JD; Jr, VC D; Depinet, H.
Pediatrics in Review.
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