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Journal Article > Review
Promoting engagement by patients and families to reduce adverse events in acute care settings: a systematic review.
Berger Z, Flickinger TE, Pfoh E, Martinez KA, Dy SM. BMJ Qual Saf. 2014;23:548-555.
Patient engagement is touted as an important tool for detecting adverse events and ensuring safety. This systematic review found that more high-quality evidence is needed to inform practical application of patient engagement programs.
Journal Article > Study
Making infection prevention and control everyone's business? Hospital staff views on patient involvement.
Sutton E, Brewster L, Tarrant C. Health Expect. 2019 Feb 17; [Epub ahead of print].
Interviews with frontline hospital staff and executive leaders revealed that they were generally supportive of engaging families and patients to promote infection prevention in the clinical setting when using a collaborative approach. Staff identified certain challenges including concerns related to the extent of responsibility patients and families should bear with regard to infection prevention as well as risks to infection control posed by patients themselves.