Dubious Acronyms: Handoff Quality and Treating Depression in Cancer Patients
Implementation of a Handoff Program in Pediatric Hospitals and Treating Depression in Cancer Patients
Nathan and Amol want you to:
1.Recognize that a standardized handoff program reduced medical errors in academic pediatric hospitals.
2. Appreciate that a targeted program to treat depression in cancer patients was more effective than usual care.
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