Stacy L Serber, PhD
Disclosures: Nothing to disclose

Dr. Stacy Serber has been a nurse for over 30 years, and has been a Clinical Nurse Specialist at Stanford for five years, starting on medicine units B1/C1, and now L4 ICU, and L5 Neurosurgery/Neurology/Stroke/Epilepsy service lines.


Stacy received her BSN in 1989 from California State University Long Beach, followed by a Master of Nursing as a Critical Care CNS from UCLA in 1994, and PhD in Nursing from UCLA in 2007. Her doctoral dissertation focused on cerebral blood flow velocity, grey matter injury, cognition, and vasomotor reactivity in heart failure patients. Stacy’s work experience includes Burn ICU and Surgical ICU at UC Irvine Medical Center, and 13 years in the Neuro-Trauma ICU at UCLA Medical Center. She has been a Research Study Coordinator at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center; Unit Educator for the ED and Medicine/Surgical/Orthopedics services at Sequoia Hospital; and has a long teaching history, including UCLA (Lecturer, Clinical Instructor), Rancho Santiago Community College (Lecturer), and San Francisco State University (Assistant Professor, Lecturer).


For this presentation, Stacy will present results from the Medicine Team RITE project that aimed to reduce inpatient mortality.