Advancing Critical Care Research
Multidisciplinary Emergency Critical Care Program
The MECCP research group acts as an incubator for clinical, translational, and health services research at the intersection of emergency medicine and critical care.
Multi-disciplinary collaboration increases our ability to generate data that will ultimately improve care for critically ill patients in the emergency department.
- Increase evidence that care provided during the initial hours of resuscitation is key to improving outcomes in critical illness.
- Highlight the importance of fostering research programs that effectively bridge the ED and ICU environments.
The Stanford Model to Improve Care of Critically Ill Patients Boarded in the Emergency Department: A retrospective cohort study to assess whether nurse-driven interventions promote compliance with evidence-based care bundles and improves outcomes of critically ill patients boarded in the emergency department.
Fluid Responsiveness Assessment by Nurses: An educational study on the feasibility of teaching nurses to perform focused point-of-care ultrasound in the emergency department in order to assess fluid status.
Use of SIRS Criteria and qSOFA Scores in Emergency Department Sepsis Triage Protocols: Early Identification of High Risk Patients and Optimization of Resource Utilization
Cardiac arrest patient tracking: This study tracks data from all patients presenting to the Stanford ED in cardiac arrest in order to ensure we provide the highest quality resuscitation and post-resuscitation care.
Research Committee Chairs
Jenny Wilson, MD, MS
Clinical Assistant Professor
EM/MICU/ECCP Attending, EMCCM
RN, BScN, BSN, MA, CEN