Research and Clinical Interest:
End of life discussion in the ICU, Effects of Massage on Surgical Patients, Developed an EMR Sepsis Surveillance
- Acute Care Nurse Practitioner in Intensive Care and End of Life Discussions in the ICU. Massage therapy, RNFA
Research & Scholarship:
- Organized first Nursing Research Symposium for Tucson Medical Center: Evidenced Based Practice Begins at the Bedside April 2011
- Conducted research study Tucson Medical Center to teach nursing staff fundamentals of research: Research Nursing Satisfaction with Medication Bar Coding: 2010
McRee, L., Thanavaro, J., Moore, K., Goldsmith, M., Pasvogel, A. (2014). The impact of an
Electronic medical record surveillance program on outcomes for patients with sepsis. Heart & Lung, 1-4.
McRee L., Pasvogel A., Hallum A., Behr S., Loeb, R., Garcia F. (2007). Effects of massage therapy on intraoperative and postoperative Outcomes. Journal of Gynecologic Surgery.
McRee L., Noble S., Pasvogel, A. (2003) Using massage and music therapy to improve postoperative outcomes. AORN 78, 433-447.