Pediatric Hospital Medicine
Rady Children's Specialists of San Diego
University of CA at San Francisco School of Med
UC San Diego
UC San Diego
Pediatric Hospital Medicine, Pediatrics
Dr. Erin Stucky Fisher is a pediatric hospitalist at Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego and a professor of clinical pediatrics at UC San Diego School of Medicine. She is the UC San Diego pediatric hospital medicine fellowship director and the Department of Pediatrics vice chair for clinical affairs, as well as Rady Children's medical director for quality.
Dr. Stucky Fisher attended medical school at the University of California, San Francisco and completed her pediatric residency at UC San Diego, where she was chief resident. She went on to complete advanced training in quality and safety through various groups.
She serves on many national healthcare quality committees for the American Academy of Pediatrics, Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM), and Children's Hospital Association, and has served as a content expert for the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and Emergency Medical Services for Children on pediatric safety issues.
Her research interests include bronchiolitis, healthcare systems and quality improvement.
Dr. Stucky Fisher created the Innovative Quality Improvement Research in Residency (INQUIRY) Program for residents and fellows and trains QI teachers at the national level through the Quality and Safety Educators Academy of SHM and the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine.
She is also the lead developer of PediBOOST, a pediatric discharge transitions toolkit, through a University of California five- medical campus Quality and Innovations Center grant.
Improving vitamin D testing and supplementation in children with newly diagnosed cancer: A quality improvement initiative at Rady Children's Hospital San Diego.
Shliakhtsitsava K, Fisher ES, Trovillion EM, Bush K, Kuo DJ, Newfield RS, Thornburg CD, Roberts W, Aristizabal P
The Pediatric Hospital Medicine Core Competencies: 2020 Revision.
Maniscalco J, Gage S, Teferi S, Fisher ES
Integrating Team Training in the Pediatric Life Support Program: An Effective and Efficient Approach?
Fagan MJ, Connelly CD, Williams BS, Fisher ES
Summary of STARNet: Seamless Transitions and (Re)admissions Network.
Auger KA, Simon TD, Cooperberg D, Gay J, Kuo DZ, Saysana M, Stille CJ, Fisher ES, Wallace S, Berry J, Coghlin D, Jhaveri V, Kairys S, Logsdon T, Shaikh U, Srivastava R, Starmer AJ, Wilkins V, Shen MW
Predictors of Clostridium difficile infections in hospitalized children.
Samady W, Bush R, Pong A, Andrews A, Fisher ES
Pediatric hospitalists collaborate to improve timeliness of discharge communication.
Shen MW, Hershey D, Bergert L, Mallory L, Fisher ES, Cooperberg D
Apnea in children hospitalized with bronchiolitis.
Schroeder AR, Mansbach JM, Stevenson M, Macias CG, Fisher ES, Barcega B, Sullivan AF, Espinola JA, Piedra PA, Camargo CA Jr
The Quality and Safety Educators Academy: fulfilling an unmet need for faculty development.
Myers JS, Tess A, Glasheen JJ, O'Malley C, Baum KD, Fisher ES, O'Leary KJ, Spencer A, Warm E, Wiese J
A real-time assessment of factors influencing medication events.
Dollarhide AW, Rutledge T, Weinger MB, Fisher ES, Jain S, Wolfson T, Dresselhaus TR
Pediatric hospital medicine and education: why we can't stand still.
Maniscalco J, Fisher ES
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