While patient safety remains the utmost priority for hospitals, the reality is that medical errors still occur. One way to prevent them from happening again is to focus on transparency and education – as opposed to blame – said BWHers who spoke during a recent Quality Rounds.
The cells in our ears that enable us to hear are easily destroyed by exposure to loud sounds and some medications. The body is unable to regenerate them, so when these cells die, our hearing is permanently damaged.
Jennifer Burling was never good at sitting still. So when her obstetrician ordered her on modified bed rest midway through her pregnancy, the Rhode Island mom knew she was in for a challenge.
Widely regarded as a beloved mentor and a fearless advocate for patients and staff, Ms. Curley first joined the Brigham in 2000 as a nursing director.
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