Friede Simmes

FrideSimmesFriede Simmes is lecturer and researcher at the HAN University, institute of Nursing Studies, the Netherlands.
Friede began her professional career as a nurse in a general hospital and in the community healthcare. Now she is lecturer in quality of care and innovation in nursing at the HAN and she is researcher with the HAN research group for Acute and Intensive Care. She was member of the team who implemented the Rapid Response System (RRS) in the Radboud University Medical Centre. In her PhD study she investigated the effects of an RRS on serious adverse events. In addition, she studied the effect of a multifaceted implementation strategy on adherence of the ward staff to the afferent procedure. Furthermore, she assessed the effects of an RRS on Health Related Quality of Life and on hospital costs. Friede got her PhD in 20014.


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