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Denise H. Daudelin, RN, MPH
Assistant Professor of Medicine and Public Health; Project Director, Center for Cardiovascular Health Services Research
Department + Services
Institute for Clinical Research and Health Policy Studies, Center for Cardiovascular Health Services Research (CCHSR)
Clinical Focus Areas
Quality improvement methods, public health research, research process improvement
Research Focus Areas
Quality improvement, quality improvement learning collaboratives, health information technology in QI
|Training + Education
1. Salem DN, Levine HJ, Pauker SG, Eckman MH, Hartnett-Daudelin D. Antithrombotic therapy in valvular heart disease. Chest 1998;114(5 suppl):590S-601S. PMID: 9822065
2. Al-Ahmad AM, Daudelin DH, Salem DN. Antithrombotic therapy for falve disease: native and prosthetic valves. Curr Cardiol Rep 2000;2(1):56-60. PMID: 10980873
3. Salem DN, Harnett-Daudelin D, Levine HJ, Pauker SG, Eckman MH, Riff J. Antithrombotic therapy in valvular heart disease. Chest 2001;119(1 suppl):207S-219S. PMID: 11157650
4. Al-Ahmad AM, Hartnett-Daudelin D, Salem DN. Antithrombotic therapy for prosthetic valves: Routine treatment and special considerations. Current Cardiology Reports 2001;3:85-89. PMID: 11139804
5. Lai F, MacMillian J, Kent DM, Daudelin D. Improving acceptance and adoption of informatics tools: acute cardiac care. Published in: Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 47th Annual Meeting – 2003, 1476-1480. Santa Monica CA: Human Factors Society.
6. Daudelin DH, Selker HP. Medical error prevention in ED triage for ACS: use of cardiac care decision support and quality improvement feedback. Cardiology Clinics 2005;23(4):601-614. PMID: 16278128
7. Daudelin DH, Kwong M, Beshansky JR, Selker HP. Using specialized information technology to reduce errors in emergency cardiac care. In: Henriksen K, Battles JB, Marks ES, Lewin DI, editors. Advances in Patient Safety: From Research to Implementation (Volume 3: Implementation Issues). Rockville (MD): Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (US); 2005 Feb. PMID: 21249999
8. Lai F, Macmillan J, Daudelin DH, Kent DM. The potential of training to increase acceptance and use of computerized decision support systems for medical diagnosis. Human Factors 2006;48(1):95-108. PMID: 16696260
9. Daudelin DH, Sayah AJ, Kwong M, Restuccia MC, Porcaro WA, Ruthazer R, Goetz JD, Lane WM, Beshansky JR, Selker HP. Improving use of prehospital 12-lead ECG for early identification and treatment of acute coronary syndrome and ST-elevation myocardial infarction. Circ Cardiovasc Qual Outcomes 2010;3(3):316-323. PMID: 20484201
10. Concannon TW, Meissner P, Grunbaum JA, McElwee N, Guise JM, Santa J, Conway PH, Daudelin D, Morrato EH, Leslie LK. A new taxonomy for stakeholder engagement in patient-centered outcomes research. J Gen Intern Med 2012;27(8):985-991. PMID: 22528615
Denise Daudelin, RN, MPH, is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Public Health and a Research Scientist with experience in building the capacity of researchers, community, and hospital-based clinicians and hospital staff to use quality improvement methods to address barriers to effective and efficient clinical care and research.
As an Investigator and Project Director for several quality improvement demonstration projects, she has worked with hospitals, emergency medical service agencies, and researchers to develop measures of healthcare quality and to achieve improvements in healthcare delivery. She conducted an 18 organization quality Improvement learning collaborative with the MA Department of Public Health and developed Health Information Technology to improve quality care.
Before joining the Center for Cardiovascular Health Services Research, Ms. Daudelin was Director of Outcomes Analysis and Quality Improvement at Tufts-NEMC, where she developed and implemented operational QI and patient safety programs, co-developed QI and Resource Utilization software, and worked with clinicians to evaluate incidences and causes of medical errors.
Currently, she directs a research project developing mathematical models to predict the outcomes of knee replacement surgery with an emphasis on patient and stakeholder involvement in research and shared decision making.
Institute for Clinical Research and Health Policy Studies
Tufts Medical Center
35 Kneeland Street, 11th Floor
Boston, MA 02111