Study Supports Previous Research on Link Between Hospital Nursing Designation, Quality
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing found babies born in Magnet-credentialed hospitals had 13 percent lower odds of death within the first week of life; 14 percent lower odds of infection and 12 percent lower odds of suffering severe brain hemorrhage.
Read the full report in Becker's Hospital Review on nursing clinical quality.
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