Dr. Enyo Ablordeppey is in the second class to graduate from the K12 Mentored Training in Implementation Science Program. She is joining the program as a faculty member and expert on de-implementation science.
Dr. Ablordeppey’s research focuses on the gaps in critical care ultrasound applications, specifically procedural and diagnostic ultrasound, on clinical outcomes, clinician perceptions, patient safety, and hospital resource utilization. Her project with the MTIS program sought to identify barriers in the implementation of ultrasound’s diagnostic capacity and the de-implementation of conventional modalities when confirming central venous catheter positioning and pneumothorax exclusion. She tested multiple implementation and de-implementation strategies for her protocol to influence current clinical practice.