What We Permit, We Promote: Developing and Maintaining a Culture of Patient Safety in Diverse ICUs
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Infection, Quality and Patient Safety, 2022
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Hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) cause serious harm in ICUs across the world. Many successful strategies initiated in resource-limited areas have been proven to mitigate infections and are cost-effective. This session will highlight how healthcare systems with disparate levels of resources can apply successful strategies to prevent harm from catheter-based HAIs.
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Content Type Presentation
Knowledge Area Infection
Knowledge Area Quality and Patient Safety
Knowledge Level Foundational
Knowledge Level Intermediate
Knowledge Level Advanced
Membership Level Select
Tag Nosocomial Infection
Tag Quality and Patient Safety
Year 2022
patient safety
culture of safety
diverse ICUs
harm prevention
safety culture


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