Carolyn Stickney , MD

Carolyn Stickney, MD

Assistant Medical Director, Medicine Intensive Care Unit; 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

    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

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    1. DeCourcey DD, Silverman M, Chang E, Ozonoff A, Stickney C, Pichoff D, Oldershaw A, Finkelstein JA. Medication Reconciliation Failures in Children and Young Adults With Chronic Disease During Intensive and Intermediate Care. Pediatr Crit Care Med. 2017 Apr; 18(4):370-377.
    2. 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.
    3. 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.
    4. 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.
    5. Stickney C. Wanted: innovative nurses for long-term care. Geriatr Nurs. 1985 Nov-Dec; 6(6):342-4.
    6. Bristow O, Stickney C, Thompson S. Discharge planning for continuity of care. League Exch. 1976; (112):i-viii, 1-144.
    7. 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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