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The Partnership for Healthcare Excellence.
1135 Tremont Street, Suite 420, Boston, MA 02120.
Tackling tube misconnections.
Landro L. Wall Street Journal. June 27, 2007:D3.
Transitions of Care (TOC) Portal.
The Joint Commission.
Developing a Community-Based Patient Safety Advisory Council.
Leonhardt K, Bonin K, Pagel P. Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; April 2008. AHRQ Publication Nos. 080048.
Connecticut Center for Patient Safety.
PO Box 231335, Hartford, CT 06123-1335.
Strengthening the core. Middle managers play a vital role in improving safety.
Federico F, Bonacum D. Healthc Exec. January/February 2010;25:68-70.
The Science of Safety in Healthcare.
Johns Hopkins University. Coursera.org. June 3–July 1, 2013.
Strong for Surgery.
CERTAIN. Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. SCOAP. Seattle, WA: Foundation for Health Care Quality.
Risk reduction for adverse drug events through sequential implementation of patient safety initiatives in a children's hospital.
Leonard MS, Cimino M, Shaha S, McDougal S, Pilliod J, Brodsky L. Pediatrics. 2006;118:e1124-e1129.
Development of a patient safety web-based education curriculum for physicians, nurses, and patients.
Hendee WR, Keating-Christensen C, Loh YH. J Patient Saf. 2005;1:90-99.
Patient Safety as an Exercise in Behavioral Change.
Leape LL. Social and Behavioral Sciences in Action. Washington, DC: National Research Council of the National Academies. September 24, 2012.
Health Care–Associated Infections (HAI) Portal.
The Joint Commission.
Questions Are the Answer.
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
Medications at Transitions and Clinical Handoffs (MATCH) Medication Reconciliation Toolkit.
Chicago, IL: Northwestern Memorial Hospital; 2007.
Publicly available hospital comparison web sites: determination of useful, valid, and appropriate information for comparing surgical quality.
Leonardi MJ, McGory ML, Ko CY. Arch Surg. 2007;142:863-869.
MRI Safety Week.
World Sepsis Day.
Global Sepsis Alliance.
On the CUSP: Stop HAI.
Health Research & Educational Trust, MHA Keystone Center.
Improving the safety of medication administration using an interactive CD-ROM program.
Schneider PJ, Pedersen CA, Montanya KR, et al. Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2006;63:59-64.
Center for Drug Safety & Effectiveness.
Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
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