Finding the right checklist can be time-consuming, so we’re shining the spotlight on our favourites, so you can get on with the job!
This weeks Editor’s Pick is:
Industry: Health Services
Author: World Health Organization
The WHO Surgical Safety Checklist was developed after extensive consultation aiming to decrease errors and adverse events, and increase teamwork and communication in surgery. The 19-item checklist has gone on to show signficant reduction in both morbidity and mortality and is now used by a majority of surgical providers around the world.
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