December 2009
HealthLeaders Magazine;Dec2009, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p31
The article features nurse Laura Fedge, chair of the performance improvement and research council of the Georgetown University Hospital (GUH) and was appointed clinical nursing director for medicine services after pursuing her master's degree. Fedge says that her most favorite part of patient care is that moment when something changes, it can be the moment a patient survives a code or the moment the family understands the prognosis of their ill relative.


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