Implementation of an Obstetrical Rapid Response Team
Patricia A. Heale, DNP, RN, CNS
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Williams, Nina D.The purpose of this quality improvement project is implementation of best practice obstetric rapid response team and conduct in-situ drills of this team with the goal of improving response times, improving self-confidence ...
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