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keywords Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome
research overview Dr. Erickson is a nurse researcher and pediatric nurse practitioner from Children's Mercy and is the Director of Remote Health Solutions. Additionally, she practices in the Ward Family Heart Center at Children's Mercy Kansas City. Her research began with a focus on mobile health and improving outcomes for pediatric cardiac infants with single ventricle heart disease. Infants with single ventricle/univentricular heart disease have a high incidence of mortality during the first 6 months at home, this period has associated improved outcomes with the utilization of multi-disciplinary parental home monitoring and remote patient monitoring. Mobile health applications provide a way to improve the gaps at home. Dr. Erickson's ongoing research includes using mHealth applications to evaluate parental adherence, infant development, and outpatient ambulatory nursing care. Remote patient monitoring implementation to improve outcomes is a key research area over the next 5 years.

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Concept Heart Defects, Congenital
Concept Heart Ventricles
Concept Heart Bypass, Right
Academic Article Harnessing Teams and Technology to Improve Outcomes in Infants With Single Ventricle.
Academic Article Interstage Outcomes in Infants With Single Ventricle Heart Disease Comparing Home Monitoring Technology to Three-Ring Binder Documentation: A Randomized Crossover Study.
Academic Article Parental mobile health adherence to symptom home monitoring for infants with congenital heart disease during the single ventricle interstage period: A concept analysis.
Academic Article A descriptive correlational study of rate and determinants of parental mHealth adherence to symptom home monitoring for infants with congenital heart disease during the single ventricle interstage period: The DOMAIN study
Academic Article Defining a new normal: A qualitative exploration of the parent experience during the single ventricle congenital heart disease interstage period
Academic Article Ability of Video Telemetry to Predict Unplanned Hospital Admissions for Single Ventricle Infants.
Academic Article The Evolution of Longitudinal Strain Across Various Univentricular Morphologies Prior to Superior Cavopulmonary Anastomosis.
Academic Article Associations of Home Monitoring Data to Interventional Catheterization for Infants with Recurrent Coarctation of the Aorta and Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome.
Academic Article SSSH: ReSponsive Soothing bassinet feasibility Study for infants with congenital Heart disease after cardiac surgery.

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