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Adults (18-65), Geriatrics (65+)
Adults (18-65), Geriatrics (65+)
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Dr. Mikkelsen is the Chief of the Section of Medical Critical Care at Penn. He serves as Co-Chair of the UPHS Critical Care Committee and Medical Director of the Penn Presbyterian Medical Intensive Care Unit. Through these efforts, he supports the growth and development of a phenomenal group of multidisciplinary Penn providers who are collectively driven to educate the next generation of critical care clinicians, to deliver care of the highest quality to the critically ill, and to create and implement innovative science that advances the field of critical care medicine.Research Program:Through the lens of the patient and their family, Dr. Mikkelsen conducts patient-oriented research focused on sepsis, acute respiratory distress syndrome, and long-term outcomes in survivors of critical illness. He is passionate in his goal to improve the delivery of care to critically ill patients and to improve the lives of survivors of critical illness by understanding how critical illness impacts one's life and one's health trajectory.Dr. Mikkelsen encourages colleagues, as well as survivors of critical illness and their loved ones, who are committed to improving the quality of care delivered to critically ill patients to contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Together, we can "be the difference."
Courtright KR, Jordan L, Murtaugh CM, Barrón Y, Deb P, Moore S, Bowles KH, Mikkelsen ME: Risk factors for long-term mortality and patterns of end-of-life care among medicare sepsis survivors discharged to home health care.
JAMA Netw Open Feb 5 (3): e200038,2020.
Kerlin MP, McPeake J, Mikkelsen ME: Burnout, and joy, in the profession of critical care medicine. Crit Care : 2020.
Pasricha V, Gorman D, Laothamatas K, Bhardwaj A, Ganta N, Mikkelsen ME: Use of the serious illness conversation guide to improve communication with surrogates of critically ill patients: a pilot study ATS Scholar : 2020.
Kerlin MP, McPeake J, Mikkelsen ME: Burnout and joy in the profession of critical care medicine.
Crit Care 24 (1): 98,2020.
Mikkelsen ME, Still M, Anderson BJ, Bienvenu OJ, Brodsky MB, Brummel N, Butcher B, Clay AS, Felt H, Ferrante LE, Haines KJ, Harhay MO, Hope AA, Hopkins RO, Hosey M, Hough CL, Jackson JC, Johnson A, Khan B, Lone NI, MacTavish P, McPeake J, Montgomery-Yates A, Needham DM, Netzer G, Schorr C, Skidmore B, Stollings JL, Umberger R, Andrews A, Iwashyna TI, Sevin CM: Society of Critical Care Medicine’s international consensus conference on prediction and identification of long-term impairments after critical illness Crit Care Med : 2020.
Haines KJ, McPeake J, Mikkelsen ME, Harhay MO: Prediction models for physical, cognitive, and mental health impairments after critical illness: a systematic review and PROBAST assessment Crit Care Med : 2020.
Weissman GE, Crane-Droesch A, Chivers C, Luong T, Hanish A, Levy MZ, Lubken J, Becker M, Draugelis ME, Anesi GL, Brennan PJ, Christie JD, Hanson CW, Mikkelsen ME, Halpern SD: Locally informed simulation to predict hospital capacity needs during the COVID-19 pandemic
Annals Intern Med : 2020.
Maley JH, Mikkelsen ME: A Post-intensive care syndrome (PICS) free future -- what we need to address now Improving critical care survivorship : 2020.
Anesi GL, Meyer NJ, Reilly JP, Schweickert WD, Mikkelsen ME, Myers EV, Dickinson ET, Kelly MP, Pegues DA, Fishman NO: Preparedness tested: severe cerebral malaria presenting as a high-risk person under investigation for ebola virus disease at a US hospital Dis Med Public Health Prep : 2020.
Haines KJ, McPeake J, Hibbert E, Boehm LM, Aparanji K, Bakhru RN, Bastin AJ, Beesley SJ, Beveridge L, Butcher BW, Drumright K, Eaton TL, Farley T, Firshman P, Fritschle A, Holdsworth C, Hope AA, Johnson A, Kenes MT, Khan BA, Kloos JA, Kross EK, Mactavish P, Meyer J, Montgomery-Yates A, Quasim T, Saft HL, Slack A, Stollings J, Weinhouse G, Whitten J, Netzer G, Hopkins RO, Mikkelsen ME, Iwashyna TJ, Sevin CM.: Enablers and barriers to implementing ICU follow-up clinics and peer support groups following critical illness: the Thrive collaboratives
Crit Care Med 47 (9): 1194-1200,2019.
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