Will staff really speak up if needed?

February 2008
Healthcare Risk Management;Feb2008, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p19
The article reports on the request made by health care community urging staff and patients to speak up when necessary to protect patients' safety in the U.S. INSET: Nurses have a long history of speaking up.


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