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Bedbugs: What you need to know  
Abstract: This handout gives basic information about bedbugs -- what they look like, where they are most often found, and what to do if you think you may have them in your house.
Author: Dermatology Center/Med Spec Center
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2010
Revised Date: 11/2010
Children visiting at the medical center: Keeping the medical center safe and welcoming for all  
Abstract: This handout give important safety guidelines about bringing children who are not patients to University of Washington Medical Center.
Author: Patient Care Services
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2011
Revised Date: 2/2011
Visitor behavior guidelines: Ensuring a safe environment at University of Washington Medical Center  
Abstract: This handout has information for UWMC staff to give to any visitor who acts in ways that are not in keeping with the medical center's Workplace Violence Policy. UWMC staff have a right to provide patient care in a safe environment. It is also UWMC's responsibility to ensure a safe setting for our patients and their visitors.
Author: Patient Care Services
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2010
Revised Date: 3/2016
Patient behavior guidelines: Ensuring a safe environment at University of Washington Medical Center  
Abstract: This handout has information for UWMC staff to give to any patient who acts in ways that are not in keeping with the medical center's Workplace Violence Policy. UWMC staff have a right to provide patient care in a safe environment. It is also UWMC's responsibility to ensure a safe setting for our patients and their visitors.
Author: Patient Care Services
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2010
Revised Date: 3/2016
Understanding health care in America: An introduction for immigrant patients   Japanese
Abstract: This 12-page handout provides basic information to help immigrants to the United States understand the health care system in the U.S. and at University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC). Included are sections about the health care team, making decisions about health care, legal issues, privacy, who pays for care, questions about medical bills, emergency care, hospital and clinic visits, tests, lab visits, medicines, and more.
Author: Patient Care Services
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2011
Revised Date: 6/2011
Your public health nurse: How your public health nurse can help you  
Abstract: This handout describes how a public health nurse can help a woman while she is pregnant and after the baby is born. The public health nurse can provide information, support, and/or referrals for prenatal care, infant care, growth and development, and related issues.
Author: Maternity and Infant Center (MIC)
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2005
Revised Date: 1/2005

 
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