Navigating Patient- and Family-Centered Care Rounds: A Guide to Achieving Success
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AbstractInterdisciplinary Patient- and Family-Centered Care (PFCC) Rounds provide an optimal mechanism to promote patient care quality and safety in partnership with patients and their families while simultaneously enabling residents, students, and attending physicians to learn, teach, and model PFCC.
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