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Handoffs and Patient Safety, March 2011
An Associate Professor at the University of Chicago, her research focuses on resident duty hours, handoffs, and professionalism.
with commentary by Sunil Kripalani, MD, MSc, Handoffs and Patient Safety, March 2011
This piece discusses how medical centers can improve handover quality and patient safety.
with commentary by Jeffrey B. Cooper, PhD, Reflections on the History of the Patient Safety Movement, August 2006
My journey into patient safety began in 1972. It was born of serendipity enabled by the good fortune of extraordinary mentors, an environment that supported exploration and allowed for interdisciplinary teamwork, and my own intellectual curiosity. The...