Patient Safety Awareness Week will wind down with a Twitter chat Friday on building a culture of safety. Use the hashtag #PSAW18 to join the conversation from 12-1 p.m. ET. For more on Patient Safety Awareness Week, sponsored by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and National Patient Safety Foundation, visit www.unitedforpatientsafety.org.

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