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- "Code Black" A Worthwhile Documentary about Emergency Room Docs, L.A. County Hospital, & a Quest for Ideals
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- The American Nurse! An Inspiring Movie-Please See It When You Can
- What Triggers a Root Cause Analysis (RCA) & What Should, but Doesn't? Part II-What Health Care Professionals & Patient Advocates Need to Know
- Compassion in Action is Thriving Despite Political Chaos in Healthcare USA!
- Wouldn’t Every Community Benefit from a Holistic Health Collective Like the River Guild?
- Article Highlighting Alan Alda’s Work in Communicating Science & The Emerging Field of Medical Improv
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Tag Archives: Standardizing communication in healthcare
TeamSTEPPS has a pocket guide with all sorts of communication, team, and patient safety info you can access. One effort to standardize communication is called the “Two Challenge Rule” and is described in the pocket guide as follows: “It is … Continue reading →
Check out Beth Boynton's blogpost series on Medical Improv:
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