Carolyn Stickney , MD

Carolyn Stickney, MD

Attending Physician, Division of Medicine Critical Care

Instructor in Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School

    Medical Services

    Specialties

    • Critical Care

    Departments

    • Critical Care Medicine

    Languages

    • English

    Programs

    • Medicine Intensive Care Unit
    • Intermediate Care Program
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    Experience and Education

    Education

    Chemistry & Classics

    Williams College, 2000

    Williamstown, Massachusetts

    Medical School

    Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 2004

    Cleveland, Ohio

    Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Residency

    CMC/Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital, 2004-2008 (Chief Resident, 2008-2009)

    Cleveland, Ohio

    Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Fellowship

    Boston Children's Hospital, 2012

    Boston, MA

    Certifications

    • American Board of Pediatrics

    Publications

    Publications powered by Harvard Catalyst
    1. Stickney CA, Ziniel SI, Brett MS, Truog RD. Family participation during intensive care unit rounds: goals and expectations of parents and health care providers in a tertiary pediatric intensive care unit. J Pediatr. 2014 Dec; 165(6):1245-1251.e1.
    2. Stickney CA, Ziniel SI, Brett MS, Truog RD. Family participation during intensive care unit rounds: attitudes and experiences of parents and healthcare providers in a tertiary pediatric intensive care unit. J Pediatr. 2014 Feb; 164(2):402-6.e1-4.
    3. Renella R, Stickney C, Keswani M, Mancuso T, Casavant D, Ferguson M, Narla A. Fulminant thrombotic microangiopathy in pediatrics: where diagnostic and therapeutic dilemmas meet. Am J Hematol. 2012 Aug; 87(8):816-8.
    4. Stickney C. Wanted: innovative nurses for long-term care. Geriatr Nurs. 1985 Nov-Dec; 6(6):342-4.
    5. Bristow O, Stickney C, Thompson S. Discharge planning for continuity of care. League Exch. 1976; (112):i-viii, 1-144.
    6. Stickney C. The influence current financing and reimbursement processes have on the practice of geriatric nursing. No. G-94. ANA Publ. 1973; (G-94):187-91.
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