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Patient engagement has been promoted as a strategy to enhance safety in health care. This systematic review of patient participation in safety concluded that patients can contribute to safe care and nurses have an important role in encouraging and supporting patients in these efforts.
Oncology nurses' perceptions about involving patients in the prevention of chemotherapy administration errors.
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