Delivering interprofessional care in intensive care: a scoping review of ethnographic studies.

@article{Paradis2014DeliveringIC,
  title={Delivering interprofessional care in intensive care: a scoping review of ethnographic studies.},
  author={Elise Paradis and Myles Leslie and Kathleen A Puntillo and Michael A. Gropper and Hanan J. Aboumatar and Simon C Kitto and Scott Reeves},
  journal={American journal of critical care : an official publication, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses},
  year={2014},
  volume={23 3},
  pages={
          230-8
        }
}
BACKGROUND The sustained clinical and policy interest in the United States and worldwide in quality and safety activities initiated by the release of To Err Is Human has resulted in some high-profile successes and much disappointment. Despite the energy and good intentions poured into developing new protocols and redesigning technical systems, successes have been few and far between, leading some to argue that more attention should be given to the context of care. OBJECTIVE To examine the… CONTINUE READING
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