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Bates, David W. MD, MSc

Critical Drug-Drug Interactions for Use in Electronic Health Records Systems With Computerized Physician Order Entry: Review of Leading Approaches

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Bijnen, Arnold B. MD, PhD

A Patient Safety Curriculum for Medical Residents Based on the Perspectives of Residents and Supervisors

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Boelig, Matthew M. MD

Are Sequential Compression Devices Commonly Associated With In-Hospital Falls? A Myth-Busters Review Using the Patient Safety Net Database

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Bond, William F. MD, MS

Modeling for the Decision Process to Implement an Educational Intervention: An Example of a Central Venous Catheter Insertion Course

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Carbo, Alexander R. MD

Developing a High-Performance Team Training Framework for Internal Medicine Residents: The ABC'S of Teamwork

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Carey, Timothy S. MD, MPH

Online Medication Error Graphic Reports: A Pilot in North Carolina Nursing Homes

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Classen, David C. MD, MS

Critical Drug-Drug Interactions for Use in Electronic Health Records Systems With Computerized Physician Order Entry: Review of Leading Approaches

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Fletcher, Carol E. PhD, RN

Developing and Testing a Tool to Measure Nurse/Physician Communication in the Intensive Care Unit

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Forman, Jane ScD, MHS

Developing and Testing a Tool to Measure Nurse/Physician Communication in the Intensive Care Unit

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Greene, Sandra B. DrPH

Online Medication Error Graphic Reports: A Pilot in North Carolina Nursing Homes

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Hansen, Richard A. PhD

Online Medication Error Graphic Reports: A Pilot in North Carolina Nursing Homes

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Haut, Elliott R. MD, FACS

Are Sequential Compression Devices Commonly Associated With In-Hospital Falls? A Myth-Busters Review Using the Patient Safety Net Database

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Hobson, Deborah B. BSN

Are Sequential Compression Devices Commonly Associated With In-Hospital Falls? A Myth-Busters Review Using the Patient Safety Net Database

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Jansma, José D. MSc

A Patient Safety Curriculum for Medical Residents Based on the Perspectives of Residents and Supervisors

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Kaafarani, Haytham M. A. MD, MPH

Consensus Building for Development of Outpatient Adverse Drug Event Triggers

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Keith, Rosalind MHSA

Developing and Testing a Tool to Measure Nurse/Physician Communication in the Intensive Care Unit

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King, Arthur E. PhD, MS

Modeling for the Decision Process to Implement an Educational Intervention: An Example of a Central Venous Catheter Insertion Course

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Kraus, Peggy S. PharmD, CACP

Are Sequential Compression Devices Commonly Associated With In-Hospital Falls? A Myth-Busters Review Using the Patient Safety Net Database

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Krein, Sarah PhD, RN

Developing and Testing a Tool to Measure Nurse/Physician Communication in the Intensive Care Unit

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Makary, Martin A. MD, MPH

Patient-Assisted Incident Reporting: Including the Patient in Patient Safety

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