Mary McGoldrick’s Publications

Mary McGoldrick’s Publications

  1. McGoldrick, M. (2022). Commentary: Perspectives of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Home Healthcare Now, 40(5), 285. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000001099
  2. McGoldrick, M. (2022). Home Care Infection Prevention and Control Program (17th ed). Naples, FL: Home Health Systems.
  3. McGoldrick, M. (2022). Home Care and Hospice Medication Management (13th ed). Naples, FL: Home Health Systems.
  4. McGoldrick, M. (2022). Home Care Medication Management (13th ed). Naples, FL: Home Health Systems.
  5. McGoldrick, M. (2022). Hospice Medication Management (13th ed). Naples, FL: Home Health Systems.
  6. Keller, S., Salinas, A., Williams, D., McGoldrick, M., Gorski, L., Alexander, M., … & Maragakis, L. (2020). Reaching consensus on a home infusion central line-associated bloodstream infection surveillance definition via a modified Delphi approach. American Journal of Infection Control, 48(9), 993-1000. https://doi:10.1016/j.ajic.2019.12.015
  7. McGoldrick, M. (2020). Personal protective equipment removal: Preventing self-contamination. Home Healthcare Now, 38(3), 170-171. https://doi:10.1097/NHH.0000000000000879
  8. McGoldrick, M. (2020). Don’t let an oxygen concentrator lead to infection. HomeCare Magazine, 43(2), 18-19.
  9. McGoldrick, M. (2020). Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus transmission in the home. Home Healthcare Now, 38(2), 110-111. https://doi:10.1097/NHH.0000000000000863
  10. McGoldrick, M. (2019). Electronic visit verification: Infection prevention breaches when capturing the patient’s signature. Home Healthcare Now, 37(6), 260-261. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000822
  11. McGoldrick, M. (2019). Tuberculosis screening and testing of home care and hospice staff: Updated CDC recommendations. Home Healthcare Now, 37(5), 297-298. https://doi:10.1097/NHH.0000000000000815
  12. McGoldrick, M. (2019). Personal protective equipment: Protecting the eyes. Home Healthcare Now, 37(4), 234-235. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000804
  13. McGoldrick, M. (2019). Nursing bags manufactured with embedded antimicrobials. Home Healthcare Now, 37(3), 178-179. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000774
  14. McGoldrick, M. (2017). Best practices for home care “bag technique” and the use of surface barriers. Home Healthcare Now,35(9), 478-484. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000611
  15. McGoldrick, M. (2017). Hand hygiene in the home setting: Technique matters. Home Healthcare Now,35(8), 454-455. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000598
  16. McGoldrick, M. (2017). Airborne contaminants: Preventing infections from fans used in the home. Home Healthcare Now, 35(7/8), 400. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000575
  17. McGoldrick, M. (2017). Preventing cross-contamination with scales brought into the home. Home Healthcare Now, 35(5), 288. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000546
  18. McGoldrick, M. (2017). Tuberculosis testing: From routine to risk-based screening for home care and hospice staff. Home Healthcare Now, 35(2), 121-122. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000505
  19. McGoldrick, M. (2017). Handwashing products used by the home care patient and their caregiver. Home Healthcare Now, 35(1), 221-222. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000490
  20. Gorski, L., Hadaway, L., Hagle, M., McGoldrick, M., Orr, M., & Doellman, D. (2016). Infusion Therapy Standards of Practice. Journal of Infusion Nursing,39(1S), S1-S159.
  21. Gorski, L., Hadaway, L., Hagle, M., McGoldrick, M., Myer, B., Orr, M. (2016). Policies and Procedures for Infusion Therapy, 5th Ed. Infusion Nurses Society.
  22. McGoldrick, M. (2016). Prothrombin monitoring: Cleaning and disinfecting prothrombin monitoring equipment. Home Healthcare Now, 34(10), 574. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000470 
  23. McGoldrick, M. (2016). Protecting the staff when using disinfectants in the home. Home Healthcare Now,34(9), 523. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000458
  24. McGoldrick, M. (2016). Core and supplementary contents in the home care nursing bag. Home Healthcare Now, 34(8), 457. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000431
  25. McGoldrick, M. (2016). Hand hygiene products and supplies: Who needs what in the home? Home Healthcare Nurse, 35(7), 396. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000427
  26. McGoldrick, M. (2016). Reducing the risk of infection when using a bath basin. Home Healthcare Now,34(6), 339. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000411
  27. McGoldrick, M. (2016). Preventing contamination of portable computers. Home Healthcare Now, 34(4), 221. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000367
  28. McGoldrick, M. (2016). Preventing pneumococcal pneumonia. Home Healthcare Now, 34(3), 160. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000355
  29. McGoldrick, M. (2016). Frequency for changing a long-term indwelling urethral catheter in the home care patient. Home Healthcare Now, 34(2), 105-106. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000342
  30. McGoldrick, M. (2016). Preventing the transfer of pathogenic organisms from the use of a mobile phone. Home Healthcare Now, 34(1), 45. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000330
  31. McGoldrick, M. (2015). Monitoring and managing ill home care and hospice staff. Home Healthcare Now, 33(10), 555-556. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000316
  32. McGoldrick, M. (2015). Scabies infestation. Home Healthcare Now, 33(9), 503-504. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000305
  33. McGoldrick, M. (2015). Influenza vaccination as a component of an influenza prevention and control bundle. Home Healthcare Now, 33(8), 449-450. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000287
  34. McGoldrick, M. (2015). Best practices for managing medical equipment and supplies stored in a vehicle. Home Healthcare Now, 33(7), 368-372. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000270
  35. McGoldrick, M. (2015). Hand hygiene and caring for the patient with difficileHome Healthcare Now, 33(6), 340-341. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000248
  36. McGoldrick, M. (2015). Urine specimen collection and transport. Home Healthcare Now, 33(5), 284-285. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000233
  37. McGoldrick, M. (2015). Management of the individual in the home suspected of having exposure to the Ebola virus. Home Healthcare Now, 33(4), 222-225. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000218
  38. McGoldrick, M. (2015). Management of single and multi-dose vial management. Home Healthcare Now, 33(3), 171-172. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000206
  39. McGoldrick, M. (2015). Personal protective equipment. Home Healthcare Now, 33(2), 112-113. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000196
  40. McGoldrick, M. (2015). Soft surface sanitizing. Home Healthcare Now, 33(1), 52-53. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000179
  41. McGoldrick, M. (2014). Breaches in infection control practices. Home Healthcare Nurse, 32(10), 613-614. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000161
  42. McGoldrick, M. (2014). Antimicrobial stewardship. Home Healthcare Nurse, 32(9), 559-600. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000149
  43. McGoldrick, M. (2014). Hepatitis B outbreaks in home health care. Home Healthcare Nurse,32(8), 500-501. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000133
  44. McGoldrick, M. (2014). Bare below the elbows: Preventing cross-contamination via the staff’s attire. Home Healthcare Nurse, 32(7), 440-441. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000112
  45. McGoldrick, M. (2014). Hepatitis C. Home Healthcare Nurse, 32(6), 373. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000093
  46. McGoldrick, M. (2014). Bag technique: Preventing and controlling infections in home care and hospice. Home Healthcare Nurse, 32(1), 39-45. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000003
  47. McGoldrick, M. (2014). Collaboration in infection prevention: Infusion nurses and infection preventionists. Prevention Strategist, 4(6), 44-45.
  48. McGoldrick, M. (2013). Infection prevention and In M. Alexander, A. Corrigan, & L. A. Gorski (Eds.). Core Curriculum for Infusion Nursing, 4th ed. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins.
  49. McGoldrick, M. (2011). Sharing our experience…Learning from each other. [Editorial]. Home Healthcare Nurse, 29(4), 207-208.
  50. McGoldrick, M. (2010). Infection Prevention and Control. In Eds. Alexander, M., Corrigan, A., Gorski, L.A., Hankins, J., Perucca, R. Infusion nursing: An evidence-based approach. 205-228. St Louis: Elsevier. 
  51. McGoldrick, M. (2010). Preventing infections in patients using respiratory therapy equipment in the home. Home Healthcare Nurse, 28(4), 212-220. https://doi: 10.1097/NHH.0b013e3181d6be3e
  52. McGoldrick, M. (2010). Device-related infections and the home care and hospice patient. [Editorial]. Home Healthcare Nurse, 28(4), 207-209.
  53. McGoldrick, M. (2009). Isolation precautions and management of the patient with MRSA in the home setting. CARING, 28(5), 14-18.
  54. McGoldrick, M. (2009). Preventing central line-associated bloodstream infections and The Joint Commission’s home care national patient safety goals.Home Healthcare Nurse, 27(4), 220-230.
  55. McGoldrick, M. (2009). Cleaning and disinfection of patient care equipment used in the home setting.CARING, 28(3), 34 – 39. 
  56. McGoldrick, M. (2009). Teaching/learning: Patient Education Perspective. (In ed. Leslie Neal-Boylan). Home Health Care Nursing: Concepts and Models (Second Edition), 9-28. Washington, DC: National Association for Home Care.
  57. CDC-HICPAC & APIC Committee. (2008). APIC – HICPAC Surveillance Definitions for Home Health Care and Home Hospice Infections, 2008. https://apic.org/Resource_/TinyMceFileManager/Practice_Guidance/HH-Surv-Def.pdf
  58. McGoldrick, M. (2008). Infection prevention and control: Achieving a culture of zero tolerance. (Commentary).Home Healthcare Nurse, 26(1), 67-68.
  59. M. (2008). National prevalence study of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in United States healthcare facilities. Home Healthcare Nurse, 26(1), 67-68.
  60. McGoldrick, M., Rhinehart, E. (2007). Managing multidrug-resistant organisms in home care and hospice: surveillance, prevention, and control. Home Healthcare Nurse, 25(9), 580-586.
  61. McGoldrick, M. (2007). Infection prevention and control. (Editorial). Home Healthcare Nurse, 25(9), 557-558.
  62. McGoldrick, M. (2007). Thank you for serving our country.(Editorial).  Home Healthcare Nurse, 25(5), 291-292.
  63. McGoldrick, M. (2007). Influenza vaccination of home care and hospice staff as a component of a patient safety program. Home Healthcare Nurse, 33(8), 449-450.
  64. Rhinehart, E., McGoldrick, M. (2006). Infection control in home care and hospice. (2nd ed). Boston, MA: Jones and Bartlett.
  65. McGoldrick, M. (2006). The germ freak’s guide to outwitting colds and flu. (Book review). Home Healthcare Nurse, 24(4), 262.
  66. Friedman, M. McGoldrick. (2005). Medication safety: look-alike sound alike-drugs in home care. Home Healthcare Nurse, 23(4), 243-253. 
  67. Friedman, M. McGoldrick. (2004). The JCAHO complex organization survey process and its impact on hospital-based home care and hospice providers.  Home Healthcare Nurse, 22(12), 854-857.
  68. Friedman, M. McGoldrick. (2004). Tracer methodology and the new Joint Commission home care & hospice survey process – Part II.Home Healthcare Nurse, 11(22), 748-752.
  69. Friedman, M. McGoldrick. (2004). Tracer methodology and the new Joint Commission home care & hospice Survey Process – Part I. Home Healthcare Nurse, 10(22), 710-714. 
  70. Friedman, M. McGoldrick. (2004). What’s new in the 2004 Joint Commission home care and hospice standards? Part II. Home Healthcare Nurse, 22(2), 124-128. 
  71. Friedman, M. McGoldrick. (2004). What’s new in the 2004 Joint Commission home care and hospice standards? Part I. Home Healthcare Nurse, 22(1), 56-59. 
  72. Friedman, M. McGoldrick. (2003). The Joint Commission’s requirements for evaluating contracted home care services. Home Healthcare Nurse, 21(12), 801-803.
  73. Friedman, M. McGoldrick. (2003). Infection control update for home care and hospice organizations. Home Healthcare Nurse, 21(11), 753-758. 
  74. Friedman, M. McGoldrick. (2003). The Joint Commission’s national patient safety goals: implications for home care and hospice organizations. Home Healthcare Nurse, 21(7), 481-488. 
  75. Friedman, M. (2001). The needlestick safety and prevention act: Its impact on home care and hospice organization.Home Healthcare Nurse, 19(6), 356-360.
  76. Friedman, M. (2000). The Joint Commission’s ‘improving organizational performance standards’ for home infusion therapy providers. Journal of Intravenous Nursing, 12, 352- 358.
  77. Friedman, M., Rhinehart, E. (2000). Putting infection control principles into practice in home care. Saunders Infection Control Reference Services, 2/e., CD-ROM.
  78. Friedman, M., Rhinehart, E. (2000). Improving infection control in home care: from ritual to science-based practice. Home Healthcare Nurse, 18(2), 99-106.
  79. Friedman, M., Rhinehart, E. (1999). Putting infection control principles into practice in home care. In J. Klaskrud, J. Serkey, & A. Yost (Eds.), The Nursing Clinics of North America, 463-482. Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders.
  80. Rhinehart, E., Friedman, M. (1999). Infection control in home care. Boston, MA: Jones and Bartlett.
  81. Friedman, M. (1999). Preventing and controlling the transmission of antibiotic-resistant microorganisms in the home care setting. CARING, 11, 6-11. Washington, D.C.: National Association for Home Care.
  82. Friedman, M. (1999). New leadership standard: Sentinel event management. Home Healthcare Nurse, 17(9), 549-552.
  83. Friedman, M. (1999). A guide to performance measurement and ORYX implementation. [Review of the book Clinical Outcomes in Home Health Care]. Home Healthcare Nurse, 17(8), 481-536. 
  84. Friedman, M. (1999). Preparing the governing body for a JCAHO home care survey. Home Healthcare Nurse, 17(7), 463-466.
  85. Friedman, M. (1999). Your lucky day: Winning a Joint Commission random unannounced survey. Home Healthcare Nurse, 17(5), 287- 291.
  86. Friedman, M. (1999). New 1999-2000 standard: Protecting the clinical integrity of clinical decision making. Home Healthcare Nurse, 17(3), 154-156.
  87. Friedman, M. (1999). 1999-2000 CAMHC: What’s new? Home Healthcare Nurse, 17(1), 13-17.
  88. Friedman, M. (1998). Medication grid of drugs that may be administered in the home: Acceptable medication classifications and routes of administration and generic clinical pathway. In How to Address Common Compliance Issues in Home Care and Hospice. Oakbrook Terrace, IL: Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
  89. Friedman, M. (1998). To tell the truth: The Joint Commission’s sentinel event policy. Home Healthcare Nurse, 16(10), 659-664.
  90. Friedman, M. (1998). Problematic standard: Medication administration. Home Healthcare Nurse, 16(8), 511-515.
  91. Friedman, M. (1998). ORYX: The next evolution in accreditation. Home Healthcare Nurse, 16(4), 236-239.
  92. Friedman, M. (1998). Problematic standard: Advance directives. Home Healthcare Nurse, 16(2), 99-101.
  93. Friedman, M. (1998). In Topics in Clinical Care: Infection Control: Meeting Joint Commission Standards. Joint Commission Standards: Answers to Common Questions. Oakbrook Terrace, IL: Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
  94. Friedman, M. (1998). In How to Address Common Compliance Issues in Home Care and Hospice. Oakbrook Terrace, IL: Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
  95. Friedman, M. (1997). Risk management strategies for home transfusion therapy. Journal of Intravenous Nursing, 20(4), 179-187.
  96. Friedman, M. (1997). Critical path for home care form, critical pathway variance tracking form, and critical path variance summary form. In Care Planning: A Guide for Home Care and Hospice Organizations, 13-14. Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois: Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
  97. Friedman, M. (1997). The past, present, and future of accreditation. Home Healthcare Nurse, 15(12),
  98. Friedman, M. (1997). Contracted services survey process. Home Healthcare Nurse, 15(10), 675- 678.
  99. Friedman, M. (1997). Clinical record review process. Home Healthcare Nurse, 15(8), 541- 548.
  100. Friedman, M. (1997). Clinical laboratory improvement amendments. Home Healthcare Nurse, 15(6), 393- 395.
  101. Friedman, M. (1997). Infection control requirements: Fact or fiction? Home Healthcare Nurse, 15(4), 236-238.
  102. Friedman, M. (1997). 1997 Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations home care standards: What’s new? Home Healthcare Nurse, 15(2), 99-101.
  103. Friedman, M. (1996). Developing an infection-control program to meet the JCAHO’s surveillance, prevention, and control of infection standards. CARING, 7, 18-25. Washington, D.C.: National Association for Home Care.
  104. Friedman, M. (1996). Home Transfusion Therapy: Reducing the Risks through Competence Assessment. Intravenous Nurses Society Newsline, 4-5, 10. Cambridge, MA: Intravenous Nurses Society.
  105. Home Health Systems. (1996). Critical path for home care form, critical pathway variance tracking form, and critical path variance summary form. Using Performance Improvement Tools in Home Care and Hospice Organizations, 23-27. Oakbrook Terrace, IL: Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
  106. Friedman, M. (1996). Organization of the home care system: Certification, licensure, and accreditation. In C.J. Humphrey & P. Milone-Nuzzo (Eds.). Manual of Home Care Nursing Orientation, 1:15-19. Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen. Awarded American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year – 1996.
  107. Friedman, M. (1996). Quality management in home care. In C.J. Humphrey & P. Milone-Nuzzo (Eds.). Manual of Home Care Nursing Orientation, 1:15-1:19, 6:4, 6:9-6:19. Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen. AwardedAmerican Journal of Nursing Book of the Year – 1996.
  108. Friedman, M. (1996). Problematic standards: Informing patients of their financial responsibility. Home Healthcare Nurse, 14(12), 942-944.
  109. Friedman, M. (1996). Problematic improving organizational performance standards: Assess and improve. Home Healthcare Nurse, 14(6), 428-432.
  110. Friedman, M. (1996). Problematic human resources standards: Competence assessment. Home Healthcare Nurse, 14(6), 771-774.
  111. Friedman, M. (1996). Problematic improving organizational performance standards: Plan, design, and measure. Home Healthcare Nurse, 14(4), 277-280.
  112. Friedman, M. (1996). Problematic standards: Staff rights and nutritional assessment. Home Healthcare Nurse, 14(2), 108-110.
  113. Friedman, M. (1996). Streamlining the care planning process. Home Healthcare Nurse, 14(1), 39-41.
  114. Friedman, M. Sample Quality Plan. (1993). In Quality Improvement in Health Care. Oakbrook Terrace, IL: Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.

 

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