Craig Weinert, MD, MPH

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Chlan L, Weinert C, Skaar D, Tracy M. 2010. Patient-controlled Sedation: A Novel Approach to Management of Sedative Therapy with Mechanically Ventilated Patients. Chest. 138:1045-103.

Nunally, M, Jaeschke R, Bellingan G, Lacroix, J, Mourvillier B, Rodriguez-Vega G, Rubertsson S, Vassilakopoulus T, Weinert C, Zanotti-Cavazzoni S, Buchman, T. Targeted Temperature Management in Critical Care: A Report and Recommendation from Five Professional Societies. Accepted at Critical Care Medicine.

Guttormson J, Chlan L, Weinert C, Savik K. 2010. Factors Influencing Nurse Sedation Practices with Mechanically Ventilated Patients. Intensive and Critical Care Nursing. 26:44-50.

Partnership for Excellence in Critical Care Writing Committee: Robertson T, Mann H, Hyzy R, Rogers A, Douglas I, Waxman A, Weinert C, Alapat, P, Guntupalli K, Buchman T. 2008. Multicenter Implementation of Evidence-Based Protocols: Spontaneous Breathing Trials. Critical Care Medicine. 36:2753-2762.

Weinert C and Mann H. 2008. The science of implementation: changing the practice of critical care. Current Opinion in Critical Care. 14:460-465.

Weinert C and Sprenkle M. 2008. Post-ICU consequences of patient wakefulness and sedative exposure during mechanical ventilation. Intensive Care Medicine. 34:82-90.

Weinert C, Calvin A. 2007. Epidemiology of sedation for mechanically ventilated patients. Crit Care Med 35: 393-401.

Longo B, Weinert C, Fountain K. 2007. Implementation of medical research findings through insulin protocols: Initial findings from an ongoing study of document design and visual display. J Tech Writing Communications 37:435-452.

Weinert, C and Meller, W. 2007. Medical posttraumatic stress disorder: catching up to the cutting edge in stress research. Critical Care. 11:118.

Weinert C and W Meller. 2006. Epidemiology of depression and antidepressant therapy after acute respiratory failure. Psychosomatics. 47:399-407

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