Aviate. Navigate. Communicate. What Hospitals Can Learn from Pilots

Aviate. Navigate. Communicate. What Hospitals Can Learn from Pilots
“Could I have some water?” Gary bent his head closer. Apparently, my husband couldn’t hear me. I couldn’t remember ever being so thirsty, and I felt too weak to talk. We were in the Emergency Room because I had neutropenic fever, a condition that happens sometimes after chemo when a high fever indicates a low

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