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Nurses can use this article to stay abreast of the evolving body of knowledge surrounding Zika virus infection in order to provide optimal care.
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Transformational leadership and a just culture can help change the dialogue about errors in nursing.
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A new bedside reporting process improves patient handoffs.
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