Reminders to Keep Patients Safe

March 27, 2013    |   By: Calevir

The Center for Patient Safety believes the focus on patient safety is more than the month of March – rather it’s every hour, every day, all year long!   We share ASHRM’s five quick reminders to help keep patients safe:   wash hands, avoid fatigue, ensure good hand-offs, don’t tolerate inappropriate behavior, and involve patients/families in their care.   Also download their 10 Tips to Promote Patient Safety.

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