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Videos

  • **NEW**Patient’s Perspective on Survivorship after Critical Illness, a 38 year old marathon runner details his critical illness and recovery during the Second Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference. 
  • **NEW**Video of the launch of an  ICU Diary Project, in the Johns Hopkins Medical ICU,  designed to reduce PTSD in ICU survivors.
  • Patient's Perspective on Post-Intensive Care Syndrome: A 39 year old, previously-healthy man describing his ICU stay  - the physical, mental, and cognitive impairments after hospital discharge, and effects on his return to work.Abridged Interview (6 minutes) / Full Length (22 minutes)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  
  • **NEW**Empathic communication in the ICU - A survivor's story: ​ Rana Awdish, MD, a pulmonary and critical care doctor, explains her life-threatening critical illness and first-hand experience as a patient in ICU.  She vividly emphasizes the importance of empathic communication of clinicians with patient and their family at the time of critical illness.
  • **NEW**Recovering from the ICU: A Survivor's Story, from Alison Clay, MD, sharing her experience as an ICU patient and survivor during the Society of Critical Care Medicine's 43rd Critical Care Congress..
  • **NEW**A video excerpt from The University of Chicago Medical Center  on executing a multi-disciplinary  approach  to mobilization of critically ill patients .
  • A video of a patient's perspective on using an iPad to communicate while mechanically ventilated in the ICU.
  • Interview with Jan Hoffman, New York Times reporter regarding her recent front-page Science Times article on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder after ICU.
  •  An interview conducted by the Radio Health Journal with psychiatrist, Dr. Joe Bienvenu and psychologist, Dr. James Jackson regarding long-term mental health outcomes after ICU and post-intensive care syndrome (PICS).
  • An occupational therapist working with a mechanically ventilated patient in the ICU
  • A brief interview with an ICU survivor regarding the delirium she experienced while in ICU
  • A 9-minute interview of a patient who underwent early rehabilitation while mechanically ventilated.  This video highlights the patient’s perspective and includes video of him ambulating in the ICU, while mechanically ventilated
  • "Psychiatric Problems in Patients Who Survive Critical Illnesses," by Joseph O. Bienvenu, MD, PhD and Dale M. Needham, MD, PhD | PsychiatricTimes.com | December 17, 2012
    Few psychiatrists know about the phenomena involving delusional and hallucinatory experiences of patients who survive critical illnesses. Often patients come out of the ICU with horrifying memories (of being tortured, raped, assaulted, or imprisoned) and don’t know what happened to them. Not only are the patients debilitated by the physical illness, they are traumatized by the false memories resulting from delirium.
    • Drs. Bienvenu and Needham discuss the effects of critical illness and the need for collaborative interventions in the ICU that will improve long-term patient outcomes.
    • Part 1Part 2  of the interview.
  • News feature from an NBC TV affiliate featuring an interview with a study patient, a MICU patient receiving early rehabilitation, and Dr. Needham, OACIS director
  • Video interview with Dr. Needham and CCPMR physical therapist Jen Zanni about early rehabilitation
  • This video, provided by Darin Trees, DPT shows a patient who was admitted to Solara Hospital Conroe (Long-term Acute Care Hospital) after a 6-week ICU stay for respiratory failure, necrotizing pneumonia, septic shock, and profound muscle weakness due to prolonged bedrest.   It captures the PT initial assessment, various stages of her recovery during therapies, and the final outcome- 10 weeks post admission.
  • A recent video publication that demonstrates the Manual Muscle Testing protocol employed in OACIS research and clinical programs.

Radio

  • **NEW** An interview featured on WHYY The Pulse with Dr. Dale Needham, Dr. Ann Parker and ICU Survivor, Garfield Griffin, regarding PTSD after the ICU and the use of ICU diaries to help reduce PTSD in ICU survivors.
  • The first English edition of "Die Intensivrundschau" featuring an interview with Dr. Dale Needham, discussing the early mobilization of critically ill patients.
  • Radio interview by WTOP 103.5 with Dr. Bienvenu regarding post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) experienced after ICU stay.
  • In this YPR radio interview, Dr. Joe Bienvenu discusses post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in ICU survivors and the results of our new study evaluating risk factors for PTSD in ARDS survivors.
  • On March 2, 2011, Dr. Needham was on the Diane Rehm Show. He participated in a discussion of changes in the ICU that are having positive impact on patients in the ICU and during the recovery process.

News

  • **NEW**An interview with a severe ARDS survivor detailing his experiences in the ICU with delirium and weakness, and his recovery back to marathon running.
  • **NEW**A feature article highlighting the experience of delirium in ICU patients, and the challenge faced by clinicians in addressing and preventing associated poor long-term outcomes like PTSD,  by changing ICU practice and using ICU Diaries.
  • New York Times articles about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) after a stay in the ICU and the use of diaries in the ICU to help prevent PTSD.
  • A New York Times article reporting on the need for early mobility for hospitalized geriatric patients.
  • This brief article, titled “Treating the Trauma of Intensive Care,” discusses original research conducted by Drs. Needham and Bienvenu’s that evaluated post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms in acute lung injury survivors from the ICU.
  • An article in the Boston Globe discussing post-traumatic stress disorder in ICU survivors.
  • PTSD and Post Intensive Care SyndromeThe Philadelphia Inquirer:  Newspaper article on PTSD and post intensive care syndrome, including results of a new research study on PTSD incidence and risk factors by Drs. Bienvenu and Needham.
  •  New York Times article discussing delirium issues, including ICU delirium, and the work currently being done at Johns Hopkins and other centers across the country to improve delirium.
  • This is a commentary (pp. 10-11) published in Chest Physician- The Newspaper of the American College of Chest Physicians. It discusses the infrastructure and equipment required and challenges in providing early rehabilitation in the ICU.
  • This is a press release by Johns Hopkins Medicine on early exercise in the Medical ICU.
  • This is a New York Times article featuring the development of the ICU Mover Aid to assist with mobilization of mechanically ventilated patients.
  • “A Tactic to Cut I.C.U. Trauma: Get Patients Up” is a New York Times article discussing benefits of early rehabilitation in the ICU.
  • This is an ABCNews.com article about post-traumatic stress disorder in ICU survivors.
  • “Students' Device Allows ICU Patients to Get Back on Their Feet,” is a Headline@Hopkins article describing the development of the “MOVER Aid” biomedical device for the ICU early rehabilitation program at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
  • “Moving in the ICU,” a news article in the Johns Hopkins Medicine monthly publication, Dome. It focuses on the Quality Improvement Project on early rehabilitation therapy.
  • A Wall Street Journal publication discusses delirium and new changes in ICU care to improve patients’ physical and mental health recovery.
  • A Washington Post article about ICU delirium. It features interviews with patients who recall their ICU delirium and discussions with Dr. Dale Needham and Dr. David Hager.
  • A Hospitals and Health Networks magazine article. It discusses recent changes in intensive care units and mentions the OACIS Group as well as the Critical Care Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Program.

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