Innovations in Tele-Critical Care Nursing During the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Publication date: Dec 15, 2023

For decades, tele-critical care (TCC) programs have provided expert population surveillance with standardized clinical interventions for critically ill patients. The COVID-19 pandemic created massive strains on critical care resources. For this report, standard questions were used to solicit COVID-19 pandemic workflow and service modifications from a network of TCC leaders to describe the rapid expansion of TCC-supported services during the pandemic. In this article, leaders from 7 TCC programs report on the effective use of services to support changing hospital needs during the pandemic in areas such as clinical education, personal protective equipment stewardship, expansion of virtual care, and creative staffing models, among others.

Concepts Keywords
Decades COVID-19
Massive critical illness
Nursing nursing
Pandemic organizational innovation
Surveillance pandemics
tele–critical care
virtual nursing


Type Source Name
disease MESH COVID-19 Pandemic
drug DRUGBANK Thiocolchicoside
disease VO population
disease MESH critically ill
disease VO report
disease VO effective

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