Protecting Respect and Dignity for Hospitalized Patients

The premise of this project was that failure to maintain a patient's respect and dignity represents harm, that these harms are common in hospitalized patients, and they deserve evaluation with the same level of rigor as physical harm. The project involved creating an infrastructure for monitoring violations of respect and dignity in the hospital setting.

The premise of this project was that failure to maintain a patient's respect and dignity represents harm, that these harms are common in hospitalized patients, and they deserve evaluation with the same level of rigor as physical harm. The project involved creating an infrastructure for monitoring violations of respect and dignity in the hospital setting.

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