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.

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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.

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