Dr. Turnbull’s research focuses on interactions between the families and clinicians of critically ill patients. Her lab studies shared decision-making during critical illness.
She is particularly interested in methodological innovations that facilitate rigorous evaluation of patient and family engagement initiatives, and in characterizing the long-term outcomes of ICU survivors.
She is a member of the Outcomes After Critical Illness and Surgery (OACIS) multi-disciplinary research group and a member of the Johns Hopkins Hospital clinical ethics committee.
Lab Website: Alison E. Turnbull Lab
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Turnbull AE, Hayes MM, Brower RG, Colantuoni E, Sharma Basyal P, White DB, Curtis JR, Needham DM. The effect of documenting prognosis on the information provided to ICU proxies: A randomized trial. Critical Care Medicine. 2019; 47(6):757-764.
Turnbull AE, Sahetya SK, Daugherty Biddison EL, Hartog CS, Rubenfeld GD, Benoit DD, Guidet B, Gerritsen RT, Tonelli MR, Curtis JR. Competing and conflicting interests in the care of critically ill patients. Intensive Care Medicine. 2018. 44(10):1628-1637.
Turnbull AE, Rabiee A, Davis WE, Nasser MF, Venna VR, Lolitha R, Hopkins RO, Bienvenu OJ, Robinson KA, Needham DM. Outcome Measurement in ICU Survivorship Research from 1970-2013: A Scoping Review of 425 Publications. Critical Care Medicine. 2016;44(7):1267-1277.
Turnbull AE, Chessare CM, Coffin, RK, Needham DM. A brief intervention for preparing ICU families to be proxies: A phase I study. PLoS ONE. 2017;12(10):e0185483
Turnbull AE, Hartog, CS. Goal-concordant care in the ICU: a conceptual framework for future research. Intensive Care Medicine. 2017;43:1847-1849.