Exploring the link between teamwork and patient safety
Submitted by Sarah Carriere, Leader, Patient Safety
Breakdowns in communication and teamwork are common contributors to adverse events and can compromise safety.
A new three-part series on teamwork in The New England Journal of Medicine highlights the challenges surrounding interprofessional communication and collaboration in today's health care environment, with an emphasis on the resultant adverse effects for patients.
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