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McGrory K, Bedi N. Tampa Bay Times. November 28, 2018.
Journal Article > Commentary
Partnering with pediatric patients and families in high reliability to identify and reduce preventable safety events.
Kirby J, Cannon C, Darrah L, Milliman-Richard Y. Patient Exp J. 2018;5:76-90.
Parents are important advocates for the safe care of their children. This commentary describes how one hospital built a toolkit to operationalize family members as partners to improve safety. The organization applied high reliability concepts to identify, recognize, and support projects at the hospital to successfully use patients' perspectives to design improvements.
Journal Article > Study
Parental involvement in the preoperative surgical safety checklist is welcomed by both parents and staff.
Corbally MT, Tierney E. Int J Pediatr. 2014;2014:791490.
Many institutions are attempting to increase patient and family engagement in safety efforts. This report on integrating parents of children undergoing surgery into the completion of the WHO surgical safety checklist provides a helpful example of families being successfully incorporated into an existing safety program.