sábado, 4 de julio de 2015

AHRQ Patient Safety Network ► The Patient Survival Handbook.

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The Patient Survival Handbook.

Powell SM, Stone RD. Peachtree City, GA: Synensis; 2015.

Engaging patients in their care is increasingly advocated as a way to improve safety. This book recommends actions for patients and families to reduce risk of error during their primary care visit, hospitalization, communications with providers, and discharge. A past AHRQ WebM&M perspective highlighted the importance of involving patients in safety.

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