Finding common ground in clinical hierarchies

03/18/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Failing to establish a flexible protocol for communication between doctors and nurses can be fatal for patients, oncology nurse Theresa Brown writes. Some institutions are offering interprofessional education programs, hoping to improve the working relationship between doctors and nurses. "Because successful health care needs to be interdependent, the silencing of nurses inevitably creates more opportunities for error," she writes.

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