Parents of hospitalized youths worry about medical errors

08/10/2009 | Yahoo!

A survey of 278 parents whose children were hospitalized in Seattle found almost two-thirds felt they should watch over their child's care to prevent medical errors. Parents who said they were more confident talking with physicians were less likely to worry about medical errors, while parents whose first language was not English were more likely to worry about mistakes.

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