Table 16Specific attributes of organizational change that were implemented for VAP articles that control for confounding and secular trend

Author, Country-Publication YearMultidisciplinary TeamTeam ResponsibilitiesHospital Executives on TeamNew Protocol or Standards ImplementedDesignate Staff Member Responsible for Implementation
Speroff, United States - 201160
Lilly, United States - 201153
Zaydfudim, United States – 2009107
Apisarnthanarak, Thailand – 2007108Supply feedback from baseline period, design action plan, and monitor educational program
Bouadma, France – 2010109Design education program, select evidence-based recommendations to be implemented
Hawe, United Kingdom – 200951
Cheema, United States - 201150Focused on the adaptation and implementation of a proven pediatric VAP bundle.
Marra, Brazil – 200955
Papadimos, United States – 200857Implement FASTHUG program
Berenholtz, United States – 201147Implement CUSP program, assist with data collection, standardize protocol, engage and educate staff
DePalo, United States – 201067Educate staff on evidence-based practices and help implement CLABSI and VAP bundle
Morris, Scotland - 201156
Omrane, Canada – 2007111Develop and implement the protocol
Harris, United States - 201174Led the development of the interventions through the Six Sigma method
Dubose, United States – 2010112Design checklist, audit data, design and implement process changes to address deficiencies
Kulvatunyou, Thailand – 2007113

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