Patient Safety Awareness Week: A Q&A with Dr. Tejal Gandhi

We are pleased to share this interview with NPSF President and CEO Dr. Tejal Gandhi published by the Military Health System, http://health.mil/News/Articles/2017/03/01/Feature-The-History-of-Patient-Safety-Awareness-Week


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  • Jean Weigel
    commented 2017-03-13 14:00:55 -0400
    Shared at my facebook page, as well as on Twitter. Patient Safety is Important to Everyone. We will “All”, be patients someday, in someway, and want safety in care. Those in the Nursing Field have been concerned for a very long time, about patient safety, in Nurse to Patient ratio’s, too.
    Thank You!
  • Patricia McTiernan
    published this page in Join the Discussion 2017-03-03 14:19:13 -0500

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