I-PASS Enhances Effectiveness and Accuracy of Hand-off for Pediatric General Surgery Patients
5 days ago - By Journal of Pediatric Surgery
: I-PASS is a validated and standardized hand-off protocol shown to reduce medical error and improve hand-off efficiency in the pediatric medical population. Our aim was to evaluate the feasibility, effectiveness, accuracy and resident satisfaction of implementing I-PASS on a pediatric surgery service.
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