Sue Scott

Registered Nurse, University of Missouri Health Care

Sue Scott is a registered nurse and a patient safety expert at University of Missouri Health Care

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In medical ethics the first guiding principle for doctors and nurses is do no harm, but accidental harm happens all the time.

When Doctors Make Fatal Mistakes

In medical ethics the first guiding principle for doctors and nurses is do no harm, but accidental harm happens all the time.

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