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Journal Article > Commentary
Sharp D, Palmore T, Grady C. Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol. 2014;35:307-309.
Engaging patients in health care–acquired infection (HAI) prevention, such as asking providers about hand hygiene compliance, has shown promise. This commentary recommends providing patients with information about infection risks and hospital policies as additional areas to involve patients in reducing HAIs.
Special or Theme Issue
Paasche-Orlow MK, Wilson EAH, McCormack L, eds. J Health Comm. 2010;15(suppl 2):1-225.
This special issue presents findings from a 2009 conference that explored health literacy research in areas such as measurement improvement, informed consent, and organizational communication.
Journal Article > Study
Approaches to reducing the most important patient errors in primary health-care: patient and professional perspectives.
Buetow S, Kiata L, Liew T, Kenealy T, Dovey S, Elwyn G. Health Soc Care Community. 2010;18:296-303.
This study used focus groups to analyze how health care professionals may minimize the risk of patient error—errors committed by patients themselves.