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ASTRO Apr 9
In the latest , gives an overview of the responses to , and the inspiring responses posted during the pandemic, with the hope that lessons learned continue to inform around the world:
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HHS.gov Mar 10
New from : “Making Healthcare Safer III” report identifies 47 practices that can improve safety across care settings. Read more:
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Chris Landrigan Mar 12
Replying to @TheIHI
Patients and families are critical partners who know so much that health care does not. In healthcare, we need to engage them, invite them to rounds and all transitions and activate their voices. Families who speak up are safer!
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FDA Drug Information Mar 9
It’s Patient Safety Awareness Week ! Join FDA’s for Ask Me Anything (AMA) at r/medicine on Wednesday, March 11 at 1:30 PM ET to ask questions about safe drug disposal, including opioids.
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AHRQ Mar 14
Nursing-sensitive practices are part of a new report that identifies 47 practices.
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HRSA Mar 12
is celebrating () with the Crisp Primary School Based Clinic, which joined the conversation by sharing how they support safe & reliable . You can join, too!
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Rauland Mar 12
Advanced nurse call systems are an effective solution to ensure providers are equipped with the right information to make the right decision when every second counts. Learn more @
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National Institute of Standards and Technology Mar 12
Wireless infusion pumps in hospitals can connect to healthcare systems, networks and other devices ...leaving them vulnerable to cyber attack. Find out how NIST’s National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence tackles the challenge:
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nidanews Mar 8
March 8‒14, 2020, is ! In recognition, NIDA encourages the acknowledgement and celebration of efforts to improve the safety of our patients and study participants.
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ASTRO Mar 16
may be over, but ASTRO is committed to all year long. The APEx discount is still available through March 31:
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Military Health System Mar 12
Twitter Chat: Head over to Twitter at 12:00pm and follow for a Patient Safety Awareness Week chat!
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Patient Safety Movement Foundation Mar 13
Despite only being 5 days long, Benjamin’s life has made a profound impact. Patient advocates dedicate their lives to ensuring other families do not suffer the same devastating loss. This is the why – join us
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ASA® Mar 12
Having a physician anesthesiologist in the operating room is just as important for outpatient as it is in the hospital. 🔗
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alice watt Mar 12
Patients and carers can keep their medication list up-to-date to reflect new changes to meds (e.g. My MedRec App) and also by knowing the answers to the 5 questions to ask about their meds after each transition of care.
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Janice Tufte Mar 12
One size does not fit all programs should be able to be modified to settings
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Matt Spraker Apr 8
Patient Safety Awareness Week 2020 was a busy one. I tried to capture all the great stuff you shared in this ASTRO Blog post: TikTok rock, RO-ILS 5 year review, an urgent journal club, and more. Check it out:
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ASHP Mar 11
This Patient Safety Awareness Week, we encourage all of our members to help their patients learn more about healthcare safety – our consumer medication site is a great place to start:
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Hardeep Singh MD Mar 12
Replying to @TheIHI
Electronic communication during care transitions almost inevitable. All health care facilities using health IT should check out ONC SAFER Guides as a resource
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Patient Safety Movement Foundation Mar 12
Rory Staunton cut himself playing basketball in the school gym on a Tuesday. By Sunday evening, he had died. All too often the warning signs of sepsis are unknown and undetected. Read Rory's full story:
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Patient Safety Movement Foundation Mar 11
Chris Salazar survived the car crash, but not the ICU. 18 days later, his heart and lungs stopped because of a misplaced airway tube. By the time they intervened, it was too late. Read Chris’ full story:
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