Alliance for Safety Awareness for Patients
2-year-old Marysville girl contracts flesh-eating bacteria
SEATTLE — A Marysville child is in the hospital after contracting a flesh-eating bacteria.
Valorie and Bryan Chalk say their 2-year-old daughter got a rash on her leg May…Continue
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On March 11, 2013 I joined ASAP founder, Alicia Cole, and 3 other advocates from SafePatientProject.org to the Joint Oversight Committee Sunset Hearing re of Medical Board of CA at the Capitol in Sacto. Safe Patient Project director Lisa McGiffert and advocates Alicia Cole, Jack French and Tina Manasian testified. Also in attendance were Grass Roots organizer from Safe Patient Project Daniela Nunez, fellow advocate Lois Daniels and consultant Maryann O'Sullivan. It was an educational and…Continue
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Healthcare Worker Uniforms Carry Resistant BacteriaContinue
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This would be a great way to help our cause, Alliance for Safety Awareness for Patients!
ABC7 is giving seven people $7,000 to Pay It Forward and help make Southern California a better place!
How can you Pay It Forward?
1. Get creative! Make a video, three…
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I've been asked so many times, during phone conversations and last month while taping a radio show, What made you start My Notification Sevice.
Having a computer security background and not knowing much about the health services industry you would think this is a far reach for me. Truth is, I got involved because of two good friends that each lost their lives to a medical emergency. The first incident was with Myron, he lived…Continue
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THE GREAT FACEBOOK TAKEOVER!
Help us to observe National Patient Safety Awareness Week by taking over FACEBOOK.
March 6 - 12, 2011
Patient Safety Awareness Week is the perfect time to show YOUR…Continue
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Hot water is better than cold water for effective handwashing
Scientists have found that various temperatures had "no effect on transient or resident bacterial reduction." Not only does hot water not show any benefit, but it might increase the "irritant…
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May 3, 2010 - Modern Healthcare Magazine
AHRQ's infection program sees slow enrollment
by Maureen McKinney
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April 19, 2010 - Modern Healthcare Magazine
FOCUSING ON INFECTIONS
Hospitals' progress slow, reports says
by Maureen McKinney
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A nurse in Texas is standing trial for reporting a doctor she thought was practicing bad medicine. Prosecutors have charged 52-year-old Anne Mitchell with making inflammatory statements about a doctor at a rural hospital in Kermit, Texas. She faces up to 10 years in prison. Mitchell says she was just trying to protect her patients. Kevin Sack of The New York Times says much of the case stems from local politics.…
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