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HarvardGlobalSurgery Sep 17
Technology and innovations are crucial in the way toward for All. We are delighted to see the app out! Here are the links: Android: … IOS:
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mary brindle 17 Oct 17
Our review: Pediatric-specific strategy needed for .
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Ankit Raj Aug 10
Replying to @GlobalSurgeryJC
Effective communication methods such as the help of social media, conferences and workshops can be utilised to improve its adoption by surgical teams.
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Julio Mayol Nov 24
In your experience, the implementation of the in the OR has been..
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BJS 24 May 18
30 minutes & counting down until our next ....
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Dr Sylvia KK 9 Apr 18
Disastrous and tragic. Calls to question how the infusion bottles were labelled- not just descriptive words but colour coding which should flag up the alert for the team setting up the infusion. The WHO may have made a huge difference.
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Clinical Negligence Apr 17
There are many opponents to the - including many surgeons. But anything which DOES improve or CAN, must be seen as a positive step forward. As a patient, I would certainly like to know if my surgeon uses or disregards the checklist.
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PIPSQC Sep 5
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David Watt, MD Apr 17
It’s ! Excellent paper and goo to see making a difference to patients in Scotland
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Scotland Deanery Apr 17
Amazing achievement for our patients and congratulations to the surgical teams of NHS Scotland that achieved it.
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Adil Haider Sep 23
Great use of technology to increase surgical safety around the world! New app makes more accessible to surgical teams around the world!
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Ravinder Vohra Apr 17
The has created a better in the OR. We as a ‘stop’ & TALK before the list begins, & before & after each case, & at the end. This simple intervention has improved the working environment so great to see it translates into better outcomes
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Dr Amir Hannan Jun 8
Replying to @Atul_Gawande
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PIPSQC Sep 18
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The G4 Alliance Sep 19
Fabulous new app makes more accessible to surgical teams around the world. You can test the beta version on your own phone!
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HobsonENT Feb 15
So it's now over 10 years since we have been using the - better safer care is what surgeons continually strive for
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Jason Chuen 19 May 18
Replying to @WHO
We went to the where we did all our usual and to make sure we weren’t making any mistakes such as operating on the wrong patient or wrong body part.
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Carmel Darcy (Burns) Nov 29
describes the legacies of the 1st and 2nd WHO global challenges : what will our polypharmacy legacy be?
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Greta McLachlan ✒ Jan 21
So far- HMIC were hard to implement due to culture and atmosphere. Whilst in LMIC was more due to appropriateness I’d checklist and lack of resources.
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Prof Steve Wigmore Apr 16
What perhaps didn’t come out in this article is that we have collaborator working here in Scotland right now as a visiting professor
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