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Front-Line Ownership: Generating a Cure Mindset for Patient Safety.
Kitts J, ed. Healthcare Papers. 2013;13:1-82.

Articles in this special issue explore how engaging frontline staff in developing quality and safety improvement initiatives can promote a culture of safety.

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