Randomized, Controlled Trials of Interventions to Improve Communication in Intensive Care: A Systematic Review
Scheunemann, Leslie P
Carson, Shannon S
Hanson, Laura C
Chest 2011 Mar; 139(3): 543-54
Communication between families and providers in the ICU affects patient and family outcomes and use of health-care resources. Recent research studies have tested interventions designed to improve communication quality and outcomes between providers and families of patients in the ICU. We conducted a systematic review of these studies.
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