USF Doctor brings patient safety to the forefront of medical training, and has the data to back it up

USF Doctor brings patient safety to the forefront of medical training, and has the data to back it up

USF Doctor brings patient safety to the forefront of medical training, and has the data to back it up

Neonatal intensive care units (NICU) have some of our most vulnerable patients, babies in need of expert critical care. Because every interaction, every touch, with these newborns must be precise, with little margin for error, these NICUs must be a paragon of optimum patient safety.

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