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Journal Article > Commentary
Fitzsimons BT, Fitzsimons LL, Sun LR. Pediatrics. 2019;143:e20183458.
Rare diseases pose diagnostic challenges for physicians. This commentary offers insights from parents of a young child who died due to a delayed stroke diagnosis as well as from the patient's neurologist to raise awareness of childhood stroke and discuss the importance of partnership to heal from loss and advocate for improvement.
Journal Article > Study
Identifying quality markers of a safe surgical ward: an interview study of patients, clinical staff, and administrators.
Hassen Y, Singh P, Pucher PH, Johnston MJ, Darzi A. Surgery. 2018;163:1226-1233.
Safe surgical care requires attention to risks in the operating room and in the postoperative surgical ward. Investigators interviewed clinicians, nurses, patients, and administrators to determine the most vital components for a safe surgical ward, which included an adequate nursing skill mix and positive safety culture. A PSNet perspective described how surgical safety has evolved as a field.