Looking forward – January 2018(Comments Off on Looking forward – January 2018)
Dr. Hoyt describes how Optimal Resources for Surgical Quality and Safety fosters a culture of quality and safety.
Researchers at South Miami Hospital, FL, conducted a quality improvement project to determine best practices for reducing surgical site infections by enhancing preoperative patient skin antisepsis.
Challenges resulting from small hospital closures are summarized, as are solutions to sustain these facilities.
Lessons learned from a trauma surgeon who was sued for a lack of “reasonable care and diligence,” including his experiences during the trial process, are shared.
An educational program developed jointly by the ACS CRP and the Society of Surgical Oncology provides surgeons with the tools they need to actively participate in clinical trials
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