Patient and family attitudes are critical to patient safety

In the first study to assess patient and family attitudes about speaking up in the ICU, more than half of all respondents expressed hesitancy to speak up. The fear of “making trouble” and not knowing whom to tell among most commonly cited barriers to speaking up. Read article here…

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