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Patients rarely deteriorate suddenly: Clinicians often suddenly notice
| Posted: 5/12/2017 | Views: 2761
Insights from the Patient Safety Workshop
Clinical lead for New Zealand’s Deteriorating Patient Program, Alex Psirides talked to the three common factors associated with patient deterioration in hospital: No-one Noticed, No-one Listened and No-One wanted all of this.
for more insights from Alex on New Zealand’s program to implement a standard Early Warning Score assessment tool and improvement targets for the next 5 years
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