Milner's research focuses on improving the care of patients and families in acute and primary care settings. Overarching themes in Milner's writings include an appreciation for the power of interdisciplinary evidence-based practice, quality improvement, and research teams to advance patient and family health care. Milner serves as a reviewer and facilitator for The Helene Fuld Health Trust National Institute for Evidence-based Practice in Nursing and Healthcare at The Ohio State University. Milner is an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) board certified as a family nurse practitioner (FNP) and works one day a week in a federally qualified health center.
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Aims to understand the facilitators and barriers of quality improvement (QI) from the perspective of nurses and leaders at the frontline.
Elaborates on strategies for increasing QI competence and engagement of nurses must be created and deployed in order to improve quality and safety.
Provides important insight on the demographic characteristics, knowledge, practices, and perceptions of primary care providers (PCPs) prescribing opioids to patients at federally qualified health centers (FQHCs).
Develops and implements a pause and standardized perioperative handoff to improve the quality of the handoff and the satisfaction of the perioperative team in the postanesthesia care unit (PACU) setting.
Describes a quality improvement (QI) project on the expansion of self-management of warfarin to include patients whose international normalized ratios (INRs) are drawn by the laboratory and those patients who were only INR self-testing.
Documents barriers and strategies for implementing and sustaining open visitation in adult intensive care units in the United States experienced by nursing leadership.