Barbara McLean, mn, rn, ccns-bc, np-bc, ccrn, fccm



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Barbara McLean, MN, RN, CCNS-BC, NP-BC, CCRN, FCCM


1444 Cornell Road, Atlanta GA 30306

Phone: 404-626-2843 Fax: 404-378-4182

E Mail: bamclean@mindspring.com, www.barbaramclean.com


Objective
To provide, integrate and support a multi professional practice embedded in evidence and collaboration for critical care patients, families and providers worldwide.

Education
1995

Graduated: Post Masters Nurse Practitioner Program, Nell Hodgson

Woodruff School, Adult Health Critical Care, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia
1992

Graduated: Masters in Nursing: Clinical Specialist, Nell Hodgson Woodruff School, Adult

Health Critical Care, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia
1975

Graduated: Associate of Science Degree, Nursing Science, Dekalb College, Atlanta,

Georgia
1972

Attended: Baccalaureate program, Indiana University



Professional Experience

7/2011- present


Grady Health System, Grady Memorial Hospital

Critical Care Specialist Grady Memorial Hospital, Emory University,

Atlanta, GA.
Clinical and education responsibility in the 30 bed trauma-surgical

Unit and the 30 bed medical intensive care unit. 30 hours per week

spent in rounds, direct consult and practice; bedside education and discussion.
Instituted weekly bedside rounds on the most complex patients.

Responsible for the supportive management and advanced education of critical care personnel, including house staff and nursing staff in an academic clinical medical center (Level I trauma center). Conduct educational programs related to hemodynamic and oxygenation profile interpretation, pharmacology and treatment endpoints in shock. Provide expert bedside consultation to staff and charge nurses during nursing rounds, and on request by the physician staff.


Developing case studies for publication with critical care nurses, pharmacist and residency staff.
Developed protocols and methodologies for therapeutic hypothermia, advancing Insulin therapy and sedation-analgesia guidelines, severe sepsis, STEMI, RN chest pain team and special contagious diseases.
Developed and direct a weekly family support meeting “The Family Tree: Together we survive critical care” dealing with issues regarding critical illness and family dynamics.
Mentoring senior nurses in regard to scientific and case study publications, oral presentations, and research data collection.
Principle investigator for 2 grant applications in sepsis identification in the emergency department and sepsis knowledge of nurses: simulation makes a difference.
1/07-12/09
Piedmont Health System
Creative consultant in sepsis change theory. Developed algorithmic application

for emergency room in four-hospital system, Education and methodologies applied over two years resulting in a 32% reduction in sepsis mortality that is maintained through 2014.



Georgia Hospital Association Best Practice Award, 2010.
11/01-12/06
Atlanta Medical Center

Critical Care Specialist Consultant, Atlanta Medical Center, Atlanta, GA. Clinical and education responsibility in the 20 bed trauma-surgical unit, with secondary

education in the cardiovascular and medical units. 6- 20 hours per week spent in rounds, direct consult; bedside education and discussion as well as unit based educational programs.
Assist in the direct care of high-acuity patients and the resolution of family

dynamics. Developing a research project with neurosurgery regarding brain

oxygenation. Conduct bedside rounds on a weekly basis. Provide bedside

support in critical cases regarding Sv02, CCO, ABG and ventilator management.

Facilitate and mentor senior respiratory therapy students. Mentored senior

nurses in regard to scientific and case study publications, oral presentations, and

research data collection.
3/92 to11/01
Grady Memorial Hospital

Critical Care Specialist Consultant, Grady Memorial Hospital, Emory University,

Atlanta, GA. Clinical and education responsibility in the 20 bed trauma-surgical

unit, with secondary education in the 20 bed medical, 10-bed coronary, 10-bed

neurosurgical, and 4 bed critical care obstetrical unit. 6- 20 hours per week

spent in rounds, direct consult and practice; bedside education and discussion as

well as unit based educational programs.
Responsible for the supportive management and advanced education of critical

care and trauma surgical personnel, including house staff and nursing staff in an

academic clinical medical center (Level I trauma center). Conduct educational

programs related to hemodynamic and oxygenation profile interpretation,

pharmacology and treatment endpoints in shock. Provide expert bedside

consultation to staff and charge nurses during nursing rounds, and on request by

the physician staff. Provide unit base consultation and critical care education to

nutritional support staff, respiratory therapists and critical care pharmacy team.


Developing case study for publication with critical care pharmacist and resident

staff. Developed protocols for administration of hypertonic saline with critical

care pharmacist. Assist in the direct care of high-acuity patients and the

resolution of family dynamics. Developing a research project with respiratory

therapy regarding negative pressure ventilation in ARDS. Facilitate and mentor

senior respiratory therapy students. Mentored senior nurses in regard to

scientific and case study publications, oral presentations, and research data

collection.


1/94 to 1/99
Consultant in Critical Care, Shepherd Spinal Center, Atlanta, GA

Independent part-time consultant responsible for upgrading knowledge and skills

of intensive care nurses in a clinical setting specializing in acute and

rehabilitation spinal cord care. Developed critical care programs designed to

enhance physician and nursing knowledge of the acute process concomitant with

acute trauma from spinal cord injury. Provide educational programs to physical

therapists and nutritional support staff. Developed a research protocol for

nutritional support in the spinal cord patient with nutritional support and physical

therapy teams. Provide expert lectures to other regional facilities, i.e., Athens

Regional Medical Center, Athens GA and University of Tennessee, Memphis TN,

regarding acute care of spinal cord injured patient. Provide bedside consultation

upon request.


3/97 to 3/20014
Consultant in Critical Care, Baptist Medical Center, Montgomery AL

Independent part-time consultant responsible for defining the educational and

clinical needs of intensive care, emergency, and telemetry nurse personnel in a

level two-trauma center. Provide bedside and unit specific didactic education

and support for the care of critically ill and emergent patients. Assisting nursing

staff in the development of case studies for national presentation on four patients

in the emergency room and intensive care. Provide consult and education for

house staff and respiratory therapists.


12/99 to 1/2001
Consultant in Critical Care, North Fulton Medical Center, Atlanta GA

Independent part-time consultant (8 to 10 hours per week) responsible for

evaluating the educational needs of nursing staff in a level two-trauma center

Designed and delivered educational programs and bedside rounds to enhance

expertise, diagnosis, and interpretive skills of intensive care nursing personnel.

Provide bedside and phone consultation for complex patients. Responsible for the

introduction of techniques and therapies for enhancement of critical care i.e., soft

collars, prone positioning, nursing rounds, and multidisciplinary rounds.


1/99 to 1/2000
Consultant in Critical Care, Saint Francis Hospital, Greenville, SC

Independent part-time consultant responsible for developing the knowledge and

clinical skills of nursing staff to provide care for patients in a new cardiovascular

recovery unit. Assisted with the design of administrative protocols, clinical

documentation, and clinical pathways for practice. Successfully developed and

implemented a 14-week critical care course for 25 staff nurses as evidenced by

very positive evaluations from nurses and comments from physician and

administrative staff.


1993-1997
Southern Regional Medical Center, Atlanta GA

Per Diem staff nurse in emergency room with a patient load of 250-300 per day.

Provided acute crisis intervention for patients sustaining myocardial infarction,

stroke, endocrine crises, and acute respiratory failure. Provided emergency and

crisis care to patients and families in life-threatening situations.
1986-1992
Staff Nurse, Critical Care Float Pool, Grady Memorial Hospital: Atlanta,

GA: Responsible for staff nurse and charge nurse duties in a trauma unit, SICU,

RR, MICU, and pulmonary critical care. Provided primary care to critically ill patients in acute stages of trauma, cardiac collapse, post surgical and various forms of multi system failure.
1979-19835
Per Diem staff nurse, Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston

MA: Functioned as staff nurse in the Bigelow ICU providing care for critically ill

medical and coronary care patients as well as patients in system failure.
1976-1979
Staff Nurse and Charge Nurse, Myocardial Infarction Research Unit/Coronary

Care Unit (MIRU/CCU), Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA:

Provided primary care to critically ill medical patients whose treatment included

peritoneal dialysis, intra-aortic balloon pumps, pulmonary artery lines, arterial

lines, potent experimental drugs, and electrophysiological tests. Member of

cardiac arrest team. Other responsibilities included research, protocol design,

patient education, staff in-service and hospital-wide classes in pathophysiology of

cardiac arrest, invasive monitoring, and Basic Life Support.


1975-1976 Staff and Charge Nurse, Surgical/Medical Intensive Care Unit/
Coronary Care Unit. Georgia Baptist Hospital, Atlanta, GA:

Provided care for a broad variety of critical care patients sustaining trauma,

burns, cardiac failure, renal failure, and shock syndromes. Other responsibilities

included patient education and new staff orientation.

1973-1974
Respiratory Therapist, West Paces Ferry Hospital, Atlanta, Ga.

Provided respiratory care to critically ill and rehabilitation patients. Responsible

for performing pulmonary function studies, intubation, and arterial blood gas

analysis and ventilator management.


1972-1973
Supervisor of Respiratory Therapy, South Carolina Baptist Hospital,

Columbia, SC.:


Responsible for managing 10 respiratory therapists and for provided care in

critical care areas including intubation and ventilator adjustments.



Academic Appointments
1992-2004
Invited Lecturer, Department of Surgery and Trauma Critical Care, Emory

University, Grady Memorial Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia.


Invited to discuss the interpretation of hemodynamic and oxygenation profiles of

the critically ill surgical and injured adult, as well as the associated technology, 6

common interpretative pitfalls, and treatment implications. Provide clinical bedside consultation on critically ill patients with complex hemodynamic and oxygenation profiles; provide bedside education of house staff, nursing staff, pharmacists, and respiratory therapists. Collaborated with surgical attending physicians in the development of research questions and protocols in the surgical ICU. Foster education at the bedside of house staff, nursing staff, respiratory therapists, and pharmacists.
1990-2006
Clinical Faculty, Critical Care Nurse Practitioner Program Nell Hodgson Woodruff

School of Nursing, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia.

Responsible for providing intensive didactic and clinical education of graduate

nurse practitioner and clinical specialist students in adult critical care. Educated

students in regard to the multidisciplinary team approach to critical care, clinical

research, physiologic monitoring, hemodynamic and oxygenation profile

interpretation, pulmonary dynamics and shock. Model the role of the critical care

nurse practitioner for students by participating in bedside consults, rounds,

educational programs and discussions with house staff, attending physicians,

nurse providers and administrators. Developed and fostered working relationships between graduate students and critical care attending physician staff. Collaborate with respiratory therapists, pharmacists, and nutritional support teams in critical

care.
Specialty Certification, Licensures and Training
2011 to present

Certified critical care nurse specialist (CCNS), American Association of Critical Care Nurses.



1999 to 2008

International Course Consultant, Fundamentals in Critical Care Support, Society

of Critical Care Medicine
1999 to 2008

Trained Instructor, Fundamentals in Critical Care Support (FCCS), Society of

Critical Care Medicine
1998 to 2008

Trained Provider, Fundamentals in Critical Care Support, Society of Critical Care Medicine


1995 to present

Certified Nurse Practitioner, American Nurses Association.


1986 to present

Certified Critical Care Registered Nurse (CCRN), American Association of Critical Care Nurses.


1989 to present

Advanced Cardiac Life Support Instructor, American Heart Association.


1983 to present

Basic Cardiac Life Support Instructor, American Heart Association


1973 to 1983

Certified Respiratory Therapy Program, Midlands Technical Institutes, Columbia,

SC
Licensure
2013 to present

Certified, registered clinical specialist in critical care


1995 to present

Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner, Georgia


1976 to present

Registered Nurse, Georgia



Professional Organizations
2006 to present

World Society for Abdominal Compartment Syndrome


2001 to present

European Society of Intensive Care Medicine


1999 to present

Association for the Surgery of Trauma


1992 to present

Southeast Chapter, Society of Critical Care Medicine


1990 to present

Society of Critical Care Medicine


1990 to present

Sigma Theta Tau, National Honor Society


1985 to present

American Association of Critical Care Nurses


1985 to present

Atlanta Chapter, American Association of Critical Care Nurses


1985 to present

American Nurses Association


1985 to present

Georgia Nurses Association


1983 to 1995

American Heart Association


1973 to 1983

American Association of Respiratory Care



Professional Roles and Contributions
2011- Present

Founding member and current board member, Southeast Chapter, Society of Critical Care Medicine


2011

Awarded life time membership for local chapter AACN and regional division AACN


2007- 2010

Re-elected, to represent all sections and members, At Large Council Seat, Society of Critical Care Medicine


2005- 2007

Chairperson, Fundamentals in Critical Care Support, Society of Critical Care

Medicine
2004- 2007

Elected, to represent all sections and members At Large Council Seat, Society of

Critical Care Medicine
2004- 2005

National Committee Member Task Force on Family Support, Society of Critical

Care Medicine
2004- 2005

Chair Elect, Fundamentals in Critical Care, Society of Critical Care Medicine


2003-2006

National Committee Member, Fundamentals in Critical Care Support (FCCS),

Society of Critical Care Medicine Nursing Section Chair, elected, Society of Critical Care Medicine
2002

Chairperson, AACN Speakers Program for Sepsis education for critical care nurses


2001

Committee for the National Initiative for Sepsis Education


2001

Co-coordinator, FCCS for PG1 and 2 surgical residents, Society of Critical Care

Medicine, Department of Surgery and Trauma, Emory University
2001

National Committee Member Task Force on Restraints, Society of Critical Care

Medicine, National Liaison: American Association of Critical Care Nurses
2000 – 2003

National Committee Member, Fundamentals in Critical Care Support (FCCS),

Society of Critical Care Medicine
1998 – 2007

Instructor, Fundamentals in Critical Care Support (FCCS), Society of Critical Care Medicine: First nurse instructor.


1995-1997

President, Southeast Chapter, Society of Critical Care Medicine

The Southeast Chapter of SCCM was comprised of 150 intensivists, nurses,

pharmacists, and respiratory therapists


1996

Chairperson, Annual Symposium, Southeast Chapter, Society of Critical Care

Medicine
1996

Chairperson, Legislative Workshop, Georgia Nurses Association


1996

Awarded Regional Delegate, Annual Educational & Scientific Symposium of the

Society of Critical Care Medicine
1995

Chairperson, Annual Symposium, Southeast Chapter, Society of Critical Care

Medicine
1995

Awarded Regional Delegate, Annual Educational & Scientific Symposium, Society of Critical Care Medicine


1995

Chairperson, Legislative Workshop, Georgia Nurses Association


1995

Member, Steering Committee, Southeast Chapter, Society of Critical Care Medicine


1994

Chairperson, Annual Symposium, Southeast Chapter, Society of Critical Care

Medicine
1994

Chairperson, Legislative Workshop, Georgia Nurses Association


1993

Chairperson, Annual Symposium, Southeast Chapter, Society of Critical Care

Medicine
1993

Chairperson, Legislative Workshop, Georgia Nurses Association


1992-1996

Congressional District Coordinator, District Five, American Nurses Association


1991- 1996

Member, Cabinet on Governmental Affairs, Georgia Nurses Association


REPRESENTATIVE SELECTED PRESENTATIONS: Total available on request)

(Abbreviated: represents multiple programs per annum over 100 per year)


National and International: invited or selected speaker (juried panel)
2015

Selected Speaker, AACN National Teaching Institute


2015

MD Anderson, Annual Respiratory Critical Care Conference, Houston TX


2015

Invited Speaker, Israel Critical and Cardiac Care, Tel Aviv, Israel


2015

Invited Speaker, Geisinger System Critical Care and Trauma, PA


2015

Invited speaker, 7th Annual Critical Care Conference, Manila, Philippines


2014

Invited Speaker, European Society of Critical Care Medicine, Barcelona Spain


2014

Selected Speaker, British Association of Critical Care Nurses, Wales


2014

Selected Speaker, AACN National Teaching Institute


2014

Invited Speaker at the Canadian Critical Care Nurse Conference, Toronto CA

2013

Israel Critical and Cardiac Care, Tel Aviv, Israel



2013

Invited Speaker, European Society of Critical Care Medicine, Lisbon Portugal

2013

Invited speaker, 6th Annual Critical Care Conference, Dammam, Saudi Arabia


2013

Invited Speaker, Korean Critical Care Conference, Seoul


2013

Invited Speaker, Thai Critical Care Conference, Bangkok


2012

Invited Speaker, European Society of Critical Care Medicine, Lisbon Portugal


2012

Invited Speaker, Romanian Critical Care Conference, Cluj Napoca


2012

Invited Speaker, Trauma and Critical Care, Santa Barbara, CA


2012

From Novice to Expert, Critical Care Education, with Dr. Thomas Ahrens, Vallejo,

CA
2012

Implementing the McLean Model for evaluating Sepsis, USHS, New Mexico


2012

MD Anderson, Annual Respiratory Critical Care Conference, Houston TX


2012

Japan Critical Care Nursing Conference, Kyoto, Japan


2012

AACN National Teaching Institute, Orlando Florida: 20th consecutive year!


2012

Invited speaker, 5th Annual Critical Care Conference, Dammam, Saudi Arabia

2011

Israel Critical and Cardiac Care, Tel Aviv, Israel


2011

Invited speaker, 5th Annual cardiac Conference, SBCC, Dammam, Saudi Arabia


2011

Invited speaker, 5th Annual Critical Care Conference, Manila, Philippines


2010

Invited speaker, 5th Annual cardiac Conference, SBCC, Dammam, Saudi Arabia


2010

Invited speaker, European Society of Intensive Care Medicine, Barcelona Spain


2010

Invited Speaker, National Emergency Nurse Meeting, Emergency Nurse Association


2010

Invited Speaker, National Teaching Institute, American Association of Critical Care


2009

Invited Speaker, National Teaching Institute, American Association of Critical Care


2009

Invited Speaker, Japan National Critical Care Conference, Kobe, Japan


2009

Invited Speaker, National Emergency Nurse Meeting, Emergency Nurse Association


2008

Invited Speaker, National Teaching Institute, American Association of Critical Care


2008

Invited speaker, European Society of Intensive Care Medicine, Vienna Austria


2007

Invited speaker, European Society of Intensive Care Medicine, Berlin Germany


2007

Invited speaker, National Critical Care, Guadalajara Mexico


2007

Invited Speaker, National Teaching Institute, American Association of Critical Care


2006

Invited speaker, European Society of Intensive Care Medicine, Barcelona, Spain

2006

Invited speaker, 1st Annual cardiac Conference, SBCC, Dammam, Saudi Arabia


2006

Invited speaker, Blood Flow and Oxygenation in Critical Burns, Managua, Nicaragua


2006

Invited and Selected Speaker, National Teaching Institute, American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Anaheim CA, May 2006


2006

Invited speaker, Society of Critical Care Medicine, SF, CA


2005

Invited speaker, European Society of Intensive Care Medicine, Amsterdam, the

Netherlands
2005

Invited and Selected Speaker, National Teaching Institute, American Association of Critical Care Nurses, NO, LA


2004

Invited and Selected Speaker, National Teaching Institute, American Association of

Critical Care Nurses, Orlando FLA
2004

Invited speaker, European Society of Intensive Care Medicine, Berlin Germany


2003

Invited and Selected Speaker, National Teaching Institute, American Association of Critical Care Nurses, San Antonio TX


2003

Invited Speaker, Mercy Medical Center, Redding CA,


2002

Invited speaker, Trauma Conference, Stanford, CA


2002

Invited speaker, European Society of Intensive Care Medicine, Barcelona Spain, Hemodynamics


2002

Invited speaker, Portland Medical Center, Hemodynamics, Trauma Resuscitation


2002

Invited speaker, Trauma Conference, Madison Wisconsin


2002

Invited Speaker, Mercy Medical Center, Redding CA,


2002

Invited Speaker, AACN’s NTI, Sepsis, ARDS, Trauma, Rhabdomyolysis, Atlanta

GA
2002

Invited Speaker, European Intensive Care Society, Sepsis, Brussels Belgium, March


2002

Invited Speaker, International Continuous Renal Replacement Hemodynamics,

San Diego CA, March
2001

Invited Speaker, Mercy Medical Center, Redding CA, September 2001: Topics: The Four Horseman of Trauma, Sepsis Epiphanies


2001

Invited Speaker, National Teaching Institute, American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Anaheim, CA. The ABCs of Shock , Issues in ALI and ARDS


2000

Invited Speaker, National Nurse Practitioners Conference, Washington, DC,

November
Topics: Critical Cardiopulmonary Assessment and Issues in Cardiac pharmacology
2000

Invited Speaker, University of Miami, Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami FL, November


2000: Topics: Cellular Mutiny: Hypoxic Shock, and expert panel for case discussion
2000

Featured Speaker, Trends in Critical Care, Stowe VT. Topic: Cellular Shock, Brain Injury

2000

Invited Speaker, Cardiac Issues and Advances, Seattle WA, September 2000,


Topics:

Multisystem Approach to Cardiac Failure, Case Studies in Counter pulsation and

Hemodynamics of Cardiogenic Shock1
2000

Invited Speaker, Mercy Medical Center, Redding CA, September 2000: Topics: ALI, ARDS, and ARHS, Critical Neuro Assessment, mixed physician nurse audience, 250

attendees
2000

Invited Speaker, National Teaching Institute, American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Orlando, FL, May 2000: Topics: Cardiopulmonary Profiles in the New

Millennium
2000

Keynote Speaker, Trauma Trends, May 2000: Dayton Ohio: Multidisciplinary

Conference with 400 physicians and nurses. Topics: Trauma Hemodynamics,

Issues in ARDS and expert panel for case discussion


2000

Invited Speaker, Trends in Cardiovascular Nursing, Washoe Medical Center, Reno NV, March 2000, Topics: Multisystem Approach to Cardiac Failure, Critical Assessment Clues, Drug Toxicity Masquerading as Cardiac Dysfunction and Hemodynamics of Cardiogenic Shock


1999

Featured Speaker, Trends in Critical Care, Stowe VT, November 1999: Topic:

Advanced Hemodynamics
1999

Keynote Speaker at the New Zealand-Australia Critical Care Conference, October 1999: Christ Church, New Zealand: Multidisciplinary conference with 500 attendees, primarily physician audience. Topics: Endpoints in Shock, ALI and ARDS, Trauma Dynamics experts panel for case discussion


1999
Keynote Speaker at the Lubbock Medical Center- Texas Tech Critical Care

Conference, October 1999: Lubbock TX: Multidisciplinary conference with 500

attendees, audience. Topic: Advanced Pulmonary Dynamics: Pearls and Pitfalls
1999

Featured Speaker, Trends in Critical Care, Philadelphia, September, 1999: Topic: Cellular Mutiny


1999

Invited Speaker, National Teaching Institute, American Association of Critical Care Nurses, New Orleans, May 1999: Topics: Cellular Mutiny: Hypoxic Shock,

Pulmonary Pitfalls and Resurrecting the Soul of Nursing
1999

Invited Speaker, Trends in Cardiovascular Nursing, Washoe Medical Center, Reno, NV, April 1999, Topics: Acute Renal Failure, Critical Neuro Assessment and ALI and ARDS

1998

Invited Speaker, National Nurse Practitioners Conference, Washington, DC, November, 1998, Topics: Critical Cardiopulmonary Assessment


1998

Invited Speaker, National Teaching Institute, American Association of Critical Care Nurses, New Orleans, May 1998: Topics: Pulmonary Problems


1997

Invited Speaker, National Teaching Institute, American Association of Critical Care Nurses, New Orleans, May 1997: Topics: Defending the Lung: ARDS


1997

Featured Speaker, Pulmonary Critical Care, Marburg, Germany, October 1997:

Topic: Medical and Nursing Methods of Lung Management in the United States
1992

Keynote Speaker at the Cardiac Critical Care Nurse Conference, Halifax, Nova

Scotia, April 1992: Topic: Critical Assessment in Cardiac Patients
1992

Pre-Conference National teaching Institute of AACN, New Orleans, LA, May 1992:Topic: Metabolic Derangement in Multisystem Organ Failure


1992

Featured Speaker at the Critical Care Nursing Research Conference: Boston MA, 1992 for The Lived Experience of Hope in the Families of Critically Ill Patients




1998 – Present

Selected Local and Regional Programs for 1999-2012 (Over 100 per year per year with many repeat customers: references on request)


Topics:

Special Containment of viral diseases and other disasters


Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock
Functional Hemodynamics
System Change: Collaboration and Communication
Process Improvement
Abdominal Compartment Syndromes
Acute Renal Failure States
Acute Lung Injury and ARDS
Acid Base Balance
Internal and External respirations
Endocrine Crisis
Critical Care Review (advanced)
Hemodynamics and Oxygenation
Other Samples/Programs
* Dynamic hemodynamics
* Tissue Oxygenation
* Creating a culture of safety
* Communication and collaboration
* Acute Care of the Spinal Cord Injured Patient, at the SCI Conference, sponsored by Greenville Memorial Hospital
* Critical Care Potpourri, San Diego CA
* Critical Care Potpourri, San Diego CA
* Trends in Trauma, Washoe Medical, Washoe NV
* Issues in Trauma, San Diego CA
* CCRN Review, Stowe, Vermont, Burlington Chapter of AACN
* Advanced Critical Care and CCRN review, Tallahassee FLA
* Stroke and Head Injury, Warm Springs GA
* Trends in Critical Care, Boston MA
* Critical Care Potpourri, San Diego CA
* Trends in Critical Care, Boise Idaho
* Trauma 2003, Stone mountain GA, Grady Health Systems
* Critical Care, Oakland CA, AACN
* CCRN Review, Atlanta, GA Atlanta Chapter of AACN
* ARDS, Toledo Ohio
* Texas Trauma, Lubbock TX
* Hershey Trauma, Hershey PA
* Clinical Hemodynamics , Atlanta GA, Atlanta AACN
* Endpoints in Shock, Stowe, Vermont, Burlington Chapter of AACN
* ACNP Review, Augusta, GA CSRA Chapter of AACN
* CEN Review, Rockdale, GA Atlanta Chapter of ENA
* CCRN Review, Atlanta, GA Atlanta Chapter of AACN
* Shock, Hemodynamics, Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Hanover, NH
* Clinical Hemodynamics Atlanta GA, Atlanta AACN
* Clinical Hemodynamics, Greenville SC, Greater Greenville AACN
* Brain Injury, Atlanta GA, Shepherd Spinal Center, Annual Conference
* CCRN Review, Fayette, GA Atlanta Chapter of AACN
* Caring for the Head Injured Patient, Montgomery AL, sponsored by Baptist

Medical Center


* Start Making Sense of Hemodynamics, Stowe, Vermont, Burlington Chapter of

AACN
* Endpoints in Shock, Memphis TN, Greater Memphis Chapter of AACN


* Acute Care of the Spinal Cord Injured Patient, at the Trauma Care Conference,

sponsored by Grady Memorial Hospital


* Cellular Mutiny: Overcoming Hypoxic Shock, Little Rock, Arkansas, Little Rock

AACN
* Multi System Approach to Cardiac Failure, at the Critical Care Potpourri, Columbus, Ohio


* Advances in Mechanical Ventilation, at the Annual AACN Spring Symposium,

Augusta, GA


* Critical dysrhythmia: When the QRS is Wide, at the annual Cardiac Care

Conference, Philadelphia, PA


* Endpoints in Shock, at the Annual Innovations in Trauma Care, Amarillo, TX
* Invasive and Noninvasive Hemodynamics, at the annual Cardiac Issues and

Advances, Contemporary Forums, Las Vegas, NV


* CCRN Review, Augusta, GA, Augusta Chapter of AACN
* Hemodynamics of Trauma at the Annual Critical Care Symposium for the Medical

Center of Columbus, Columbus, GA


* Unwinding the Spiral of Septic Shock, Columbia, SC, Piedmont Chapter of AACN
* Therapeutic Advances in Unstable Angina, Annual Critical Cardiac Care, and LA heart Institute, LA, CA
* Maximizing V/Q, Barnes -Jewish Medical Center, St Louis, MO
* Fluid, Electrolytes and Acid Base Balance, Nashville TN, Greater Nashville AACN
* Multi Organ Dysfunction, Amarillo College, Amarillo TX

Visiting Professor (abbreviated)
2003-present
Developed and managed Expert Mentorship program for experienced critical care nurses:
sites:
United States Public Health Service IHS/NNMC/ICU, New Mexico
Hadassah Hospital, Jerusalem, Israel
Qassim Cardiac Center, Qassim, KSA
Clarian Methodist and Indiana University Hospital
Medical University of South Carolina
Scripps Mercy Medical Center, San Diego, California
Saint Joseph Exempla, Denver Colorado

2002


Conducted bedside rounds with fellows, University of Pittsburgh, September
2002

Conducted bedside rounds, Stanford University, December 2002 rounds for

nurses, Medical University of South Carolina. October9
2002

Conducted bedside rounds for nurses, Denver Health, April


2001

Conducted bedside rounds for nurses, residents, fellows and attendings, Loyola,

February
2001

Conducted bedside rounds for nurses, residents, fellows and attendings, Rush

Presbyterian, February
2000

Conducted bedside rounds for nurses, residents, fellows and attendings, Jackson

Memorial, November
1999

Conducted bedside rounds for nurses, residents, fellows and attendings, Lubbock

Medical Center, November
1999

Attended and commented on bedside rounds, Christ Church, New Zealand, October


1999

Conducted bedside rounds for nurses, residents, fellows and attendings, Carolina

Medical Center, April
1998

Conducted bedside rounds for nurses, residents, fellows and attendings, Carolina

Medical Center, November
1998

Conducted bedside rounds for nurses, residents, fellows and attendings, Atlanta

Medical Center, September

Volunteer Nursing Practice and Disaster Relief
2010 - present

Volunteer disaster and critical care nursing, Port au Prince, Haiti, Project

MediShare (14 visits since earthquake)
2008-present

Critical Care Roundtable: Chairperson for Emergency Preparedness.

2006 - present

Education for the professional staff at a free standing Burn Hospital, Managua,

Nicaragua (2 to 4 times per year)
2008 - 2012

Critical care course and at the bedside, Dar Es Salam, Tanzania Africa (2 times per year)


2005

Nurse Practitioner Triage, Staff in internal medicine area, Houston Astro Arena and Georgia Brown Convention Center, Hurricane Katrina Relief, Houston TX


1996

Coordinator and functioning associate Provider in Charge, Centennial Olympic

Park, North Trailer, Atlanta GA

Awards and Honors
2015

Excellence in Nursing “ Academy Awards”, Critical Care, Grady Health System


2015

Platinum award for Excellence in Nursing, Critical Care, Grady Health System: Families


2014

Platinum award for Excellence in Nursing, Critical Care, Grady Health System: Families


2014

Circle of Excellence, Clinical Practice, NTI, AACN


2013

Norma J. Shoemaker Award for Critical Care Nursing Excellence, January, 2013

from the Society of Critical Care Medicine.
2012

Finalist for Nurse of the Year, Georgia.


2011

Communicator Award for Monitoring Metabolics, January 2012.


2011

Nursing Volunteer award, University of Miami, Bernard Mev, June 2011.


2011

Distinguished Service Award, awarded January 2011, American College of Critical Care Medicine and Society of Critical Care Medicine.


2004-2010

As council member, ineligible for awards or citations from Society of Critical Care

Medicine.
2003

Presidential Citation, American College of Critical Care Medicine.


2001

Inducted as a fellow into the American College of Critical Care Medicine,


1997

Circle of Excellence in Education, American Association of Critical Care Nurses


1996

Expert Volunteer Award, Centennial Olympic Park Medical Volunteer Organization (functioned as Nurse Practitioner)


1993

Nursing Volunteer Award, American Heart Association


1992

Invited Member, Humanism in Critical Care, Society of Critical Care Medicine



Publications
Simulation:
Sepsis Update, SimSuite, 2013
Sepsis Concise, SimSuite, 2011
Sepsis comprehensive , SimSuite , 2011
Sepsis: Identification made easy, SimSuite, 2009

Chapters
2015

McLean, B. Severe Sepsis Hemodynamics, In M.Lough (ed), Advanced Hemodynamics, Elsevier, St. Louis, 2015


2015

McLean, B. Goal Directed Therapy, In M.Lough (ed), Advanced Hemodynamics, Elsevier, St. Louis, 2015


2015

McLean, B. Acid Base Balance, In M.Lough (ed), Advanced Hemodynamics, Elsevier, St. Louis, 2015


2014

McLean, B. Severe Sepsis Updated. In M.Baird (ed), Critical Care Reference,

Elsevier, St. Louis, 2015
2014

McLean, B. Acid Base Balance Updated In M. Baird (ed), Critical Care Reference, Elsevier, St. Louis, 2015


2014

McLean, B. Abdominal Trauma Updated. In M.Baird (ed), Critical Care Reference, Elsevier, St. Louis, 2015


2009

McLean, B. Severe Sepsis Updated. In M.Baird (ed), Critical Care Reference,

Mosby, St. Louis , 2010
2009

McLean, B. Acid Base Balance Updated In M. Baird (ed), Critical Care Reference,Mosby, St. Louis, 2010


2009

McLean, B. Abdominal Trauma Updated. In M.Baird (ed), Critical Care Reference,

Mosby, St. Louis , 201022
2008

McLean, B. Severe Sepsis f or the ACNP. In M.Wychoff and D, Houghton (ed),

Critical Care for the ACNP, 2010
2008

McLean, B. Critical Endocrine Crisis for the ACNP. In M.Wychoff and D, Houghton

(ed), Critical Care for the ACNP, 2010
2004

McLean, B. Severe Sepsis. In M.Baird (ed), Critical Care Reference, Mosby, St. Louis


2004

McLean, B. Acid Base Balance. In M. Baird (ed), Critical Care Reference, Mosby, St. Louis


2004

McLean, B. Abdominal Trauma. In M.Baird (ed), Critical Care Reference, Mosby, St. Louis


2000

McLean, B. Pathophysiology of trauma shock and MODS. In K. Von Reuden (ed),

Trauma Nursing: Rehabilitation through Resuscitation, list editor, Mosby, St. Louis.
1999

McLean, B. Acid Base Balance. In J. Keen (ed), Critical Care Reference, Mosby, St. Louis


1999

McLean, B. Abdominal Trauma. In J. Keen (ed), Critical Care Reference, Mosby,

St. Louis
Articles
McLean, BA. ASK the expert: Methods of blood pressure analysis compared, Critical Care Nurse. January 2015
McLean, BA. Acute Respiratory Failure, Pulmonary Series Issue for the Critical

Care Nursing Clinics of North America. September 2012 (volume 24, issue 3).


Wolfe TR, Kimball EJ, McLean BA. The interrelationship of severe sepsis, sepsis

resuscitation and the abdominal compartment syndrome. Int J Intensive Care 2008

(Spring):22-9
Goldhill DR, Imhoff M, McLean B, Waldmann C. Rotational bed therapy to prevent and treat respiratory complications: a review and meta-analysis. Am J Crit Care. 2007 Jan; 16(1): 50-613
Maccioli GA, Dorman T, Brown BR, Mazuski JE, McLean BA, Kuszaj JM,

Rosenbaum SH, Frankel LR, Devlin JW et al. Clinical practice guidelines for the

maintenance of patient physical safety in the intensive care unit: Use of restraining therapies – American College of Critical Care Medicine Task Force 2001-2002. Crit Care Med 2003; 31:2665-76.
McLean, B. " When Ventilation and Perfusion Just Don't Match" March 2002,

Connect Journal. Peer reviewed


McLean, B. "Intracranial Pressure Monitoring: The Swollen Brain", Life Support

Nursing, Jan.-Feb. 1980, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 20-24


McLean, B. Lateral positioning for pulmonary management of refractory

hypoxemia.

Presented at the 1999 annual symposium of the Society of Critical Care Medicin

Master’s Thesis
1992

McLean, B. The Lived Experience of hope in families of critically Ill patients. Emory

University Press. Emory University

Audio / Video
2014: Series on trauma patients, ventilation management, arterial blood gas, GE medicine
2005

McLean, B. The Lived Experience of hope in families of critically Ill patients. Emory University Press. Emory University


2004

10 of the most important issues in Critical Care, web cast


2003

Critical Care Review, 30 hours


2002

Understanding Management of Severe Sepsis, CD sponsored and distributed by AACN. (eight hours)


1999

McLean, B. Tapestry of Critical Care: Oxygenation. Videotape sponsored and

distributed by Kinetic Concepts, Inc. (one hour)4
1998

McLean, B. Maximizing Ventilation/Perfusion. Audiotape sponsored and distributed by AACN. (eight hours)



Web ED / Webinar

2014


McLean, B. Thailand Critical Care: Oxygenation and Ventilation. Philipps, Asia.
2012

McLean, B. Using advanced cardiac output for Wet Dry and In-between. Web

education sponsored and distributed by Edwards Lifesciences.
2011

McLean, B. Stroke volume variation. Web education sponsored and

distributed by Edwards Lifesciences.
2010

McLean, B. Blood Flow and Oxygen. Extend web education sponsored and

distributed by GE Health.
2010

McLean, B. Ventilation Strategies. Extend web education sponsored and

distributed by GE Health
2008

McLean, B. Hemodynamics in Critical Illness. Extend web education sponsored

and distributed by AACN.
2007

McLean, B. Katrina: Disaster Management. Extend web education sponsored and distributed by AACN.


2006

McLean, B. Miracles in the Millennium. Extend web education sponsored and

distributed by AACN.

Book and Video Reviews
1999

McLean, B. 12 Lead ECG videotape. Spring house procedures video, 1999, Mosby: St Louis


1998

McLean, B. Review of AACN Clinical reference for Critical Care. Kinney, 1990, Mosby: St Louis5


1998

McLean, B. Review of Pass CCRN. 1992, Saunders



Editorial Services
2007 - present

Reviewer, Symposium research abstracts, Society of Critical Care Medicine


2006 – present

Reviewer, Symposium research abstracts, European Society of Intensive Care

Medicine
2006 - present

Invited Reviewer, Critical Care Medicine (5-10 per year)


2005

Reviewer, Hemodynamics Made Easy, Jane Fawcett author


2003 – 2006

Contributor “Yearbook in Critical Care”


2003 – Present

Editorial Board: Nursing Made Incredibly Easy


1998 -1999

Editor, Practical Reviews in Critical Care. A monthly publication providing

educational reviews of current critical care medical and nursing journals,

Birmingham, Alabama


1999

Reviewer, Symposium research abstracts, Annual Australia-New Zealand Critical

Care Conference, Australia New Zealand Intensive Care Society
Case Studies
McLean, B. Case studies in hemodynamics communication.

Edwards Lifesciences, in press, 2012


McLean, B. Multi Organ Dysfunction: The Final Complication

National Clinical Medicine, June 1992


McLean, B. Calcium Channel Antagonists: Changing Channels

Wyeth Ayerst, 19956


McLean, B. Acute Arrhythmias

Wyeth Ayerst, 1997


McLean, B. Case Studies in Pulmonary Management, KCI 1999

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