Must Reads

Patient Safety Weekly Must Reads (March 11, 2017)

This week in #patientsafety, we shared an article by Bradley Truax, MD, on pediatric sedation. We also shared a first-hand story written by the daughter of a patient who almost died of sepsis. From around the web, PIPSQC shared clinical videos on pediatric safety and a QI team implemented a very successful intervention for patients undergoing elective surgery.

Also, it’s Blood Clot Awareness Month! Tell us what your team is doing to improve blood clot safety.

From PPAHS:

Patient Safety Tip of the Week: Guideline Update for Pediatric Sedation. Continuing our efforts to bring in multiple #patientsafety perspectives, we have reposted an article on pediatric sedation safety (with permission).

I am running 50 miles for Sepsis, because more needs to be done. The daughter of a man who almost died from sepsis tells her story in this heartfelt first-hand account.

From Around the Web:

Children’s Hospitals’ Solutions for Patient Safety (SPS) – Prevention Bundle Videos. On the topic of pediatric safety, the Paediatric International Patient Safety and Quality Collaborative (PIPSQC) shared some great videos on pediatric safety in a clinical setting.

Impact of a peri-operative quality improvement programme on postoperative pulmonary complications. A quality improvement team cut postoperative pulmonary complications in half with a perioperative intervention.

Blood Clot Awareness Month 2017: “Know More, Share More”. March is Blood Clot Awareness Month. Share what your team is doing to improve blood clot safety.

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