Patient safety should NOT be a priority in health care! Part 2: reducing at-risk behaviours.

  • Published 2009 in Alberta RN

Abstract

In the November issue of Alberta RN, we published part one of a feature on at-risk behaviours titled "Patient safety should NOT be a priority in health care: Why we engage in at-risk behaviours" in which it was suggested that patient safety should be a value associated with every health-care priority and activity, not a priority that can be rearranged based… (More)

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@article{2009PatientSS, title={Patient safety should NOT be a priority in health care! Part 2: reducing at-risk behaviours.}, author={}, journal={Alberta RN}, year={2009}, volume={65 1}, pages={23-5} }