Juliane Jablonski is the Corporate Director of Critical Care Quality and Strategy in the Department of CEQI at Penn Medicine. She leads both the Penn Medicine Critical Care and Sepsis Alliances. Juliane has over 20 years of clinical nursing experience in the care of critically ill adults. Her interests include research translation and clinical implementation of evidence based practices including pathway development, clinical decision support, analytics, tele-ICU collaboration, and innovative use of nudging and alerts.
In partnership with Dr. William Schweickert, Juliane was awarded an internal grant from the PAIR center and on behalf of the Critical Care Alliance partnered with the PAIR Center to conduct the STAND Trial – Study of Therapeutic Exercise in Acute Respiratory Failure to Improve Neurological Recovery. Juliane now serves on the PAIR Steering Committee.
Juliane received her BSN at Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. She received her Adult-Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist Master’s degree from York College of Pennsylvania. She earned her Doctorate in Nursing Practice degree from Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. Her doctoral academic work focused on the assessment and management of agitation and delirium in critically ill adults and this continues to be a key area of interest for research and implementation.
Juliane lives in Manayunk with her husband. She loves running, yoga, hiking, and cooking. She is an avid Philadelphia sports fan, especially for basketball and the 76ers.