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Top Patient Safety Practices

In March of 2013, AHRQ published a list of the top patient safety practices that clinicians can implement immediately to reduce errors and save thousands of lives each year. Join Paul Shekelle, MD, PhD, MPH, Robert Wachter, MD, and other recognized leaders in the patient safety field as they walk you through several of these evidence-based practices. Arm yourself with these quick and easy techniques to significantly improve patient safety in your practice.

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Paul Shekelle, MD, PhD, MPH
Director, Southern California Evidence-Based Practice Center, RAND Corporation, Director, Quality Assessment and Quality Improvement Program, RAND Health
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