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Tag Archives: National Patient Safety Awareness Week
In 2/21/2012 edition of the Boston Globe, Correspondent Jan Brogan’s powerful article, “Constant Distractions Can Take a Toll” offers us a compelling opportunity to apply important insights to patient safety, medication errors, and nurse & physician workplace cultures. After two … Continue reading →
How can Medical Improv help with communication, culture, patient safety, & burnout? Listen Beth's deeper dive interview podcast w/ Maia Aziz!
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