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Breakout Session B: Doubling Donation Outcomes… What a Difference a Year Can Make. Moderator: Janet Hewson, RN, Western Medical Center Santa Ana Presenters : Cynthia Jugo , RN; Georgi Collins, RN; Karina Kilian , RN; Jackie Leopard, RN, Riverside Community Hospital.

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breakout session b doubling donation outcomes what a difference a year can make

Breakout Session B:Doubling Donation Outcomes…What a Difference a Year Can Make

Moderator:

Janet Hewson, RN, Western Medical Center Santa Ana

Presenters:

Cynthia Jugo, RN; Georgi Collins, RN; Karina Kilian, RN; Jackie Leopard, RN, Riverside Community Hospital

doubling donation outcomes what a difference a year can make riverside community hospital
Doubling Donation Outcomes…What a Difference a Year Can Make: Riverside Community Hospital

Moderator:

Janet Hewson, RN

Director of Trauma Services

Western Medical Center-Santa Ana

doubling donation outcomes what a difference a year c an m ake riverside community hospital

Doubling Donation Outcomes…What a Difference a Year Can Make: Riverside Community Hospital

Cynthia Jugo, BSN, CCRN, MBA, RN, Director Surgical ICU/CVU

Georgi Collins, BSN, RN, Trauma Program Manager

Karina Kilian, CEN, MICN, RN, ER Clinical Manager

Jackie Leopard, MSN/ED, CNOR, RN, Perioperative Clinical Educator

how to be
“How to be…”
  • Being in action!
  • The answers are in the room
  • “Report out” on Question to Run-on:
    • Scribe
    • Spokesperson
  • All Teach / All Learn
question to run on
Question to Run-On

How will you bridge the donation process and your current practices to create a culture of donation?

objectives
Objectives

By the end of this presentation, the attendee will be able to:

  • Learn the strategies needed to build an effective end of life team
  • Recognize the positive impact of standardized order sets for the management of catastrophic brain injury
  • Recognize barriers to donation embedded in current hospital culture
riverside community hospital
Riverside Community Hospital
  • Founded in 1901, Riverside Community Hospital/RCH is a 373 licensed bed, acute care hospital in the heart of the Inland Empire.
  • RCH houses the largest Emergency Room and Level II Trauma Center in the Inland Empire with 50 beds, a Heli-stop and a 40 bed ICU.
  • RCH is one of the Riverside County’s STEMI receiving centers and is a fully accredited Chest Pain Center.
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Riverside Community Hospital
  • Centers of Excellence include:
    • HeartCare Institute
    • Urology/GYN da Vinci Program
    • Cancer Center
    • Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
  • Transplant Program, Kidney and Pancreas Center since 1997
    • 1 of 20 kidney centers; 1 of 16 kidney/pancreas centers in California
need for team
Need for Team
  • Outcomes not meeting national standards
  • Needed increased visibility and availability of OneLegacy staff
  • Opportunity to improve communication between OneLegacy and ED, ICU, and OR
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Need for Team
  • RCH staff misunderstood the donation process
  • Education on clinical triggers and consultation timeliness
building the foundation
Building the Foundation
  • Customized Donation Program at RCH based on continuous staff feedback
  • Modified clinical trigger card language
    • Referral to consultation
  • In-serviced ICU, ED, and OR on the donation process (clinical triggers and consultation timeliness)
  • Communication boards developed in ICU, ED and OR
creating the team
Creating the Team
  • Identified champions in ED/Trauma, ICU, RT, Social/Chaplain Services , OR and Marketing
  • Created Monthly Donor Council meetings
  • Mission:

The Donor Council at RCH is a multi-disciplinary team dedicated to improving the overall health of our community by preserving the gift of life through organ, tissue, and eye donation.

building the team
Building the Team
  • Provided hospital badge access and laptops to OneLegacy staff
  • Electronic patient records access to OneLegacy staff
building the t eam
Building the Team
  • Implemented Adult Catastrophic Brain Injury Support Guidelines and Physician orders
    • Good patient care is good donor care
    • Preventing secondary organ damage is crucial

RCH CBIG 2011 08 NS4241 05 10 AdultCatasBrainInjury p1^FP P11.pdf

building the team1
Building the Team
  • On-going education with Trauma and Neuro Surgery physicians
  • In-serviced at New Employee Orientations
  • Rounds/Communication with champions and staff on every consult
case study
Case Study

43 year old female head trauma; status post fall from horse. Arrival time 1027

  • Day 1: Timely consult from ED; Consult time 1039
          • Patient was a Registered donor
  • Day 4: Consult closed by OneLegacy as Not Brain Dead
  • Day 8: Second consult made to OneLegacy
gift of life
Gift of Life
  • Day 8: Catastrophic Brain order set/CBIG implemented
  • Day 9: Declared brain dead by 2 licensed physicians
  • Outcome: 5 organs recovered/4 lives saved
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Gift of Life
  • Liver/Left Kidney-55 Married, with 3 children, was on the waiting list for 13 days. He works as a branch manager at a pest control company. Lives in Ontario, CA, and enjoys fishing and travel.
  • Double Lung-24 Single, no children, was on the waiting list for 22 days, lives in Las Vegas, NV.
  • Heart-68 Married, was on the waiting list for 9 days, lives in California.
  • Right Kidney-62 Married with 2 children, 2 grandchildren, was on the waiting list for 1, 191 days. Works in dental equipment repair and enjoys reading, talk radio and cooking.
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Tree of Life

The Courage of One

Called from this world by God’s hand,

we mourn the loss of a loved one.

But a legacy was left behind;

sight to a blind man,

a new heartbeat for one whose broken heart can beat no more,

breath for one who had drawn

near to her last,

a second chance to live a life forsaken.

A hero’s welcome awaits their arrival,

for a courageous act was their last.

Giving their last breath,

the last beat of their heart,

the very sight from their eyes,

to those who needed it most.

A living legacy to fallen heroes,

who gave all they had to give,

as God called them home,

to a hero’s welcome.

riverside hospital honors organ donors
Riverside: Hospital Honors Organ Donors

Rich Linton / Special to The Press-Enterprise

A Tree of Life memorial was recently unveiled at Riverside Community Hospital honoring organ donors. A permanent marble monument will be added later and erected in the entry hallway.

2011 initiatives
2011 Initiatives
  • OneLegacy presents at monthly ED, ICU, RT and OR staff meetings.
  • OneLegacy activities/updates are included in the hospital newsletter.
  • OneLegacy participates in:
    • General New Employee Orientation
    • ICU clinical practice
    • Intro to Trauma classes
    • Trauma Rounds
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2011 Initiatives
  • RCH ecampaignon the RCH website http://riversidecommunityhospital.com/service/transplant-services
  • Adult Brain Death examination forms RCH Determination of Brain Death Exam Form Revise 6 10 2011 gc (2).docx
  • Identify Donation After Cardiac Death

opportunities

question to run on1
Question to Run-On

How will you bridge the donation process and your current practices to create a culture of donation?

transition to lunch
Transition to Lunch

Lunch is from 12:10 – 1:10

In the Main Ballroom

Open seating

Bon Appétit!