Education and Training
MD - Rush Medical College of Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL
Pediatrics - Children's National Medical Center, Washington, DC
Titles and Academic Titles
Departments and Services
Carayon P., Yaqiong L., Kelly M.M., DuBenske L.L., Xie A., McCabe B.C., Cox E.D. Stimulated Recall Methodology for Assessing Work System Barriers and Facilitators in Family-Centered Rounds in a Pediatric Hospital. Applied Ergonomics. 2014, Nov; 45(6): 1540-1546.
Carayon P., DuBenske L.L., McCabe B.C., Shaw B., Gaines M., Kelly M.M., Orne J, Cox E.D. (2011). Work system barriers and facilitators to family engagement in rounds in a pediatric hospital. In Albolino S, et al (Ed.), He althcare Systems Ergonomics and Patient Safety (pp. 81-85). London: Taylor & Francis Group.
Posters and Presentations
McCabe, B.C. (September, 2017). Epistaxis Oral Presentation presented at: Children’s National Pediatric Resident Morning Report; Washington, DC, USA.
McCabe, B.C. (October, 2017). Hemoptysis Oral Presentation presented at: Children’s National Pediatric Resident Morning Report; Washington, DC, USA.
Madrigal V., Cecchini C., McCabe B.C., Lyon M.E./ Presented by Lyon M.E. (September, 2017). The Respecting Choices ® interview: Qualitative assessment Poster presented at: 6th International Conference on Advance Care Planning and End of Life Care; Banff, AB, CAN.
Madrigal V., Cecchini C., McCabe B.C., Lyon M.E./ Presented by Madrigal V. (May, 2017). The Respecting Choices ® interview: Qualitative assessment Poster presented at: Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting; San Francisco, CA, USA.
McCabe, B.C., Constant, B., & Armstrong, C. (January, 2017). Morbidity and Mortality Conference Case Review O ral Presentation presented at: Children’s National Pediatric Resident Morbidity and Mortality Conference; Washington, DC, USA.
Leadership and Memberships
Memberships in Professional Organizations
American Academy of Pediatrics
Patient Experience Ratings
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