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The accreditation agency calls on healthcare organizations to support nurses by addressing the causes of burnout.
A new report finds antimicrobial resistance is higher in medical device-associated infections than those from surgical procedures.
These tips can help you implement training and reporting that drive the incident rate to zero.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lists 18 kinds of antibiotic-resistant bacteria and fungi that pose urgent, serious, or concerning threats.
The nonprofit organizations both aim to promote patient safety in a variety of healthcare settings.
A new National Academy of Medicine report offers solutions to prevent caregiver burnout.
The Joint Commission issues recommendations to prevent drug diversion at hospital facilities.
Research shows that many physicians are unprepared for conducting behavioral health screening and brief interventions.
Particularly among surgeons, cognitive decline and degraded skills raise concern over patient safety.