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Stephanie O. Frisch is a RWJF Future of Nursing Scholar  Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of Pittsburgh, Department of Biomedical Informatics. Dr.  Frisch earned her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from the University of Kentucky and received  her Masters of Science in Nursing, with a focus on Nursing and Healthcare Leadership from  Duke University. She began her career working at the University of Chicago in the Surgical  Intensive Care Unit (ICU). From there, she worked in multiple adult critical care units at  hospitals across the country. After 8 years in the ICU setting, she transitioned to the Emergency  Department. She also flew for STAT MedEvac as a flight nurse. While living in New York, she  was part of the Nursing Leadership team that managed a level one adult and pediatric  emergency department. She also volunteered with her local EMS agency as an EMT-B and  helped with quality and patient safety. Upon starting her PhD at the University of Pittsburgh, she  worked as an Administrator on Duty in nursing leadership at a local level one trauma center.  She has received National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Nursing Research F-31  funding to support her research. 
Dr. Frisch focuses her research on improving Emergency Department nurse triage by  leveraging machine learning approaches to accurately identify patients who are critically ill and  to improve recognition and efficiency of patient care to time sensitive diagnoses, therefore,  improving patient outcomes.


Our Roots

We are Latinx nurses of Pittsburgh. We are allies to the community. We strive for change and betterment for the entire community.

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