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Erin Lawrence, MSN, RN, SCRN

Erin is the stroke coordinator for the comprehensive stroke program at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. She graduated from Radford University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and continued her education at Notre Dame of Maryland where she got her Master of Science in Nursing. She started her career as a nurse on the Neurosciences Unit and has held many roles such as charge nurse and nurse manager of the Neurosciences Unit and the Neurosciences Critical Care Unit. She was part of the team that designed and implemented the Intermediate Care Unit.

She has been part of Marsh lab since its inception, and it has led to a first-author publication and two posters accepted to the International Stroke Conference. She is interested in satisfaction and recovery and is currently doing a project looking at the effects of personalized education and teaching on follow-up rates and readmissions.

Publications

  1. Lawrence E, Merbach D, Thorpe S, Llinas RH, Marsh EB. Streamlining the process for intravenous tissue plasminogen activator. Journal of Neuroscience Nursing 2018;50(1):37-41. Click to read article
  2. Marsh EB, Lawrence E, Hillis AE, Chen K, Gottesman RF, Llinas RH. Pre-stroke employment results in better patient-reported outcomes after minor stroke. Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery 2018;165:38-42. Click to read article
  3. Marsh EB, Lawrence E, Gottesman RF, Llinas RH. The NIH stroke scale has limited utility in accurate daily monitoring of neurologic status. Neurohospitalist 2016;6(3):97-101. Click to read article 
  4. Marsh EB, Llinas RH, Schneider ALC, Hillis AE, Lawrence E, Dziedzic P, Gottesman RF. Predicting hemorrhagic transformation of acute ischemic stroke: prospective validation of the HeRS score. Medicine 2016;25:e2430. Click to read article
  5. Marsh EB, Gottesman RF, Hillis AE, Maygers J, Lawrence E, Llinas RH. Predicting symptomatic intracerebral hemorrhage versus lacunar disease in patients with longstanding hypertension. Stroke 2014:45(6);1679-1683. Click to read article