New voices in the rounds
Baltimore Sun, May 12, 2008
Johns Hopkins Children's Center and other teaching hospitals are inviting parents to be full participants in their children's medical rounds each day. The involvement allows parents to hear the full truth about how their children are progressing and to jump in with questions or comments when they have something valuable to ask or add. Parent involvement, proponents say, is improving the care that professionals provide.
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