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Journal Article > Commentary
Beet C, Benoit D, Bion J. Intensive Care Med. 2019;45:505-507.
This commentary discusses current challenges to safety in critical care, such as underperforming decision support, poor organizational learning, and clinician burnout. The authors envision safety improvements due to innovations in processes like wearable monitoring technology that enables rapid response activation, workflow-embedded reflective learning, and patient–clinician collaboration.
Journal Article > Organizational Policy/Guidelines
Jespen S, Sendelbach S. Crit Care Nurs. 2018;38:e16-e20.
McFarling UL. STAT. September 7, 2016.
Intensive care units (ICUs) are complex environments that harbor various challenges to safe care delivery. Reporting on alarm fatigue and insufficient interoperability between devices in ICUs, this news article describes solutions to address data overload and highlights the efforts of several hospitals working toward developing ICUs that are more respectful of patients and the clinical teams caring for them.