Dr. Stack’s research interests include the evaluation of resource utilization and standardization of care in the ED. Her recent work has focused on the development and implementation of evidence based guidelines for care in the pediatric emergency department. She is an expert in quality improvement.
About Anne Stack
Dr. Stack received her MD from Harvard Medical School. She completed residency in Pediatrics and fellowship in Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital. Dr. Stack has recently served as Co-Chair of the PEM Special Interest Group of the Academic Pediatric Association. She is currently Co-Chair of the Evidence-Based Guideline Committee of the Committee on Quality Transformation of the Section of PEM of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Stack joined the faculty of the Division of Emergency Medicine at Children’s Hospital in 1993.
Akenroye AT, Thurm CW, Neuman MI, Alpern ER, Srivastava G, Spencer SP, Simon HK, Tejedor-Sojo J, Gosdin CH, Brennan E, Gottlieb LM, Gay JC, McClead RE, Shah SS, Stack AM. Prevalence and predictors of return visits to pediatric emergency departments. J Hosp Med. 2014 Dec; 9(12):779-87.
Gallagher RA, Levy J, Vieira RL, Monuteaux MC, Stack AM. Ultrasound assistance for central venous catheter placement in a pediatric emergency department improves placement success rates. Acad Emerg Med. 2014 Sep; 21(9):981-6.
Paul R, Melendez E, Stack A, Capraro A, Monuteaux M, Neuman MI. Improving adherence to PALS septic shock guidelines. Pediatrics. 2014 May; 133(5):e1358-66.
Akenroye AT, Baskin MN, Samnaliev M, Stack AM. Impact of a bronchiolitis guideline on ED resource use and cost: a segmented time-series analysis. Pediatrics. 2014 Jan; 133(1):e227-34.
Gallagher RA, Porter S, Monuteaux MC, Stack AM. Unscheduled return visits to the emergency department: the impact of language. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2013 May; 29(5):579-83.
Volpe D, Harrison S, Damian F, Rachh P, Kahlon PS, Morrissey L, Mack J, Akenroye A, Stack AM. Improving timeliness of antibiotic delivery for patients with fever and suspected neutropenia in a pediatric emergency department. Pediatrics. 2012 Jul; 130(1):e201-10.