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AHRQ Patient Safety Network: Bedside shift reports: what does the evidence say?

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Bedside shift reports: what does the evidence say?

Gregory S, Tan D, Tilrico M, Edwardson N, Gamm L. J Nurs Adm. 2014 Sep 9; [Epub ahead of print].

Bedside shift reports may decrease risk of errors and augment teamwork, but this strategy has not been widely integrated into nursing practice. This review examines the evidence for bedside shift reports and their impact on individual skill development, communication, and patient satisfaction.

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