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Kho ME, Carbone JM, Lucas J, Cook DJ. Qual Saf Health Care. 2005;14:273-278.
This study examined the utility of three safety climate instruments and compared their consistency in measuring desired outcomes. Investigators administered the different tools to staff in four intensive care units and report on the test characteristics of each. The authors advocate for more rigorous evaluation of safety climate tools if they are to effectively measure the success of safety interventions in different clinical settings.
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The purpose of the Emergency Medicine Patient Safety Foundation is to identify issues affecting patient safety in the emergency department and develop methods to support the delivery of safe care by physicians, allied health care personnel, and hospitals.
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Sidney T. Bogardus, Jr., MD; April 2003
Delirious and coagulopathic patient with subdural hematomas falls out of bedtwice!