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Journal Article > Commentary
Griffin T. J Perinat Neonatal Nurs. 2010;24:348-353.
This commentary describes nurse change-of-shift reports as a tactic to improve communication with patients and families to promote safe care.
Journal Article > Study
Healthcare professional and patient codesign and validation of a mechanism for service users to feedback patient safety experiences following a care transfer: a qualitative study.
Scott J, Heavey E, Waring J, Jones D, Dawson P. BMJ Open. 2016;6:e011222.
Patients may provide a valuable perspective with regard to safety efforts. In this qualitative study, researchers developed and validated a survey for patients to provide feedback on safety issues about care transfers between different institutions. The authors suggest that further research is necessary to determine the usability of the survey and how best to use the patient feedback obtained.
Kowalczyk L. Boston Globe. April 21, 2007:B1.
This article reports on the results from Joint Commission site inspections of five Boston-area hospitals.
Breast Cancer Services in Trafford and North Manchester. An Investigation Into The Circumstances Surrounding A Serious Clinical Incident In Symptomatic Breast Services – The Baker Report.
Baker M. Manchester, England: NHS North West; February 2007.
This report shares findings from an investigation into individual and system failures that contributed to a radiologist misreading mammograms for a 2-year period.
Scathing report on Kaiser kidney program. Transplant delays assailed -- Medicare threatens to end coverage.
Russell S. San Francisco Chronicle. June 24, 2006.
This article reports on a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services report that details deficiencies in Kaiser's kidney transplant program.
Hua V. San Francisco Chronicle. February 17, 2006:B6.
This article reports on a study conducted by the Discrimination Research Center that found non-English speakers were not connected to a staff member who spoke the language in about half of calls to the emergency department.