Ginger Hanson, PhD MS
Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Ginger C. Hanson is a hybrid biostatistician and occupational health psychologist engaged in research on quantitative methods, occupation health psychology, work-life integration, and workplace violence. Dr. Hanson earned her PhD in systems science: psychology and her master’s in applied industrial/organizational psychology at Portland State University. Her dissertation used a multi-level design to examine both the supervisor and employee-level factors related to family-supportive supervision and work-family conflict.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Perceptions of Interprofessional Bedside Rounding in an Acute Stroke Care Unit: Qualitative Mid-implementation Study
Poster Description: Background: Interprofessional bedside rounding (IBR) is a strategy for delivering high value care and teaching patient-centered care but is not consistently implemented effectively in hospitals. We pilot-tested an IBR model in a brain rescue unit at an urban teaching hospital and conducted a qualitative study examining perceptions of IBR among the interprofessional healthcare team (I-HCT). Design: Using a semi-structured interview guide, we conducted phone interviews with 15 physicians (six attendings, two fellows, seven residents), six nurses, and one pharmacist within…