Alarms, Vitals, and Talk, Oh My! Children's Sleep in the Hospital

Track: 30 Minute Podium

Session Number: 301B
Date: Thu, Apr 25th, 2019
Time: 11:40 AM - 12:10 PM

Description:

American Academy of Nurses. (2014). Choosing wisely: Sleep. Retrieved from: http://www.aannet.org/initiatives/choosing-wisely

Chaput, J., Gray, C. E., Poitras, V. J., Carson, V., Gruber, R., Olds, T., Tremblay, M. S. (2016). Systematic review of the relationships between sleep duration and health indicators in school-aged children and youth. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 41(6), S266.

Linder, L.A., & Christian, B.J. (2013).Nighttime sleep characteristics of hospitalized school-age children with cancer. Journal for Specialties in Pediatric Nursing, 18(1), 13-24.

Meltzer, L.J., Davis, K.F., & Mindell, J.A. (2012). Patient and parent sleep in a children’s hospital. Continuing Nursing Education, 38(2), 64-70.
Session Type: Research

Session Description: Sleep is essential for children’s healing, but hospitals are notorious for being poor sleep environments. This session will discuss our research findings on how much sleep our pediatric patients are getting, the most common causes of sleep interruption, and how we as nurses can improve sleep in the hospital.
Primary Presenter Bio: Caylin Beebe is a charge nurse on a pediatric med/surg unit at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, MO. She has twelve years of total nursing experience, eleven in pediatrics, and all of them on night shift. She is a mom of three and very experienced with lack of sleep.
Primary Presenter Institution: Children's Mercy Hospital
Presenter 3 Bio: Sara Crawford graduated in 2013 with her BSN from the University of Missouri Kansas City. She has worked night shift in a pediatric intensive care unit for the last 5 years. Her interest in hospitalized sleep first started while in school and continued on through this research study. She is currently in school to get her MSN in pediatric acute care from Duke University.
Presenter 3 Institution: Children's Mercy Hospital
Session Type: Research

Session Description: Sleep is essential for children’s healing, but hospitals are notorious for being poor sleep environments. This session will discuss our research findings on how much sleep our pediatric patients are getting, the most common causes of sleep interruption, and how we as nurses can improve sleep in the hospital.
Primary Presenter Bio: Caylin Beebe is a charge nurse on a pediatric med/surg unit at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, MO. She has twelve years of total nursing experience, eleven in pediatrics, and all of them on night shift. She is a mom of three and very experienced with lack of sleep.
Primary Presenter Institution: Children's Mercy Hospital
Presenter 3 Bio: Sara Crawford graduated in 2013 with her BSN from the University of Missouri Kansas City. She has worked night shift in a pediatric intensive care unit for the last 5 years. Her interest in hospitalized sleep first started while in school and continued on through this research study. She is currently in school to get her MSN in pediatric acute care from Duke University.
Presenter 3 Institution: Children's Mercy Hospital