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  • Feb 28

    I've found that facilities with overly complicated safety systems make failure more possible. We all make errors of some type. However, I think fatigue and the lack of breaks at most hospitals contribute more than anything to errors.

  • Feb 18

    I've found that facilities with overly complicated safety systems make failure more possible. We all make errors of some type. However, I think fatigue and the lack of breaks at most hospitals contribute more than anything to errors.

  • Feb 16

    I've found that facilities with overly complicated safety systems make failure more possible. We all make errors of some type. However, I think fatigue and the lack of breaks at most hospitals contribute more than anything to errors.

  • Feb 16

    I've found that facilities with overly complicated safety systems make failure more possible. We all make errors of some type. However, I think fatigue and the lack of breaks at most hospitals contribute more than anything to errors.

  • Feb 15

    I've found that facilities with overly complicated safety systems make failure more possible. We all make errors of some type. However, I think fatigue and the lack of breaks at most hospitals contribute more than anything to errors.

  • Feb 15

    I've found that facilities with overly complicated safety systems make failure more possible. We all make errors of some type. However, I think fatigue and the lack of breaks at most hospitals contribute more than anything to errors.

  • Feb 15

    I've found that facilities with overly complicated safety systems make failure more possible. We all make errors of some type. However, I think fatigue and the lack of breaks at most hospitals contribute more than anything to errors.

  • Feb 15

    I've found that facilities with overly complicated safety systems make failure more possible. We all make errors of some type. However, I think fatigue and the lack of breaks at most hospitals contribute more than anything to errors.



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