Clinical disagreements during labor and birth: how does real life compare to best practice?

@article{Simpson2009ClinicalDD,
  title={Clinical disagreements during labor and birth: how does real life compare to best practice?},
  author={Kathleen Rice Simpson and Audrey Lyndon},
  journal={MCN. The American journal of maternal child nursing},
  year={2009},
  volume={34 1},
  pages={31-9}
}
PURPOSE To describe how nurses would respond in common clinical situations involving disagreement with physician colleagues during labor and birth. STUDY DESIGN AND METHODS An electronic survey, consisting of five clinical disagreement case scenarios along with two open-ended questions regarding how to promote effective interdisciplinary communication and collaboration, was administered via a secure Web site. Seven hundred four obstetric nurses in a mid-size metropolitan area were invited to… CONTINUE READING

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