• Study
  • Published March 2018

Perceptions of rounding checklists in the intensive care unit: a qualitative study.

This qualitative study employed direct observation of intensive care unit rounds and interviews with clinicians to delineate barriers and facilitators of rounding checklists. Researchers found that checklist use is related to perceived relevance and impact on work efficiency as well as quality and safety. They suggest that better integration of checklists into rounding workflow could improve their implementation.

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