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By Frank Federico | Tuesday, Jul 23, 2013
The following is a guest post by Sue Gullo, Director Would you want your mother, sister, or daughter to deliver a baby in an unsafe place? I have a feeling the resounding answer to that question is “NO.” For the past seven years, I’ve been working with perinatal teams across the world to ensure that the care we provide for moms and babies is evidence-based and the best for perinatal health, each and every time. What I’ve seen and learned from these teams dedicated to improvement are some stra ... read full post


Tag(s): Perinatal Community, perinatal, Patient Safety & Quality, Team Development
By Frank Federico | Monday, Jul 22, 2013
A key challenge to tackling hand hygiene can be perception. Often there’s a significant gap for staff, physicians, nurses, and other caregivers between perception and reality. When organizations learn their rates of hand hygiene practice, they're often surprised by their baseline data.


Tag(s): Hand Hygiene, Expedition, Patient Safety, Organizational change
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