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Doctor Urges 'Pause Points' Before Surgery

The surgeon Atul Gawande's book The Checklist Manifesto shows how doctors can use checklists to save lives and reduce mistakes, especially during surgery. ...

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Jeff Frohner

February 12, 2013  6:11pm

Oh my...combine this with any number of points about taking the time to pray...great illustration.

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