This survey of rural hospitals in the southern United States found that hospitals with fewer than 125 deliveries per year were relatively less prepared to administer neonatal resuscitation. As well, one-third of hospitals did not have an established method for transferring patients to tertiary care hospitals.
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This special issue highlights Canadian experiences in several safety-related areas: culture shift in support of safety, risk identification and reduction, medication safety, change initiative strategies, and disclosure and accountability.
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