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Brian Weiss, MD, on Reducing Treatment Errors With Improvement Science

2017 Quality Care Symposium

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Brian Weiss, MD, of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, discusses a program designed to eliminate errors in chemotherapy use among pediatric patients whose regimens incorporate multiple drugs and rigorous monitoring schedules (Abstract 37).



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