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Using CUS Words in the NICU

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THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND Space Administration (NASA) has been known for having some of the best employees in various engineering and science disciplines over the years. NASA's collective accomplishments and cutting-edge technology made it possible for humankind to explore the moon and outer space, a feat once thought impossible. Yet, despite all of NASA's accomplishments, on February 1, 2003, seven astronauts died when the Columbia incinerated on reentry into Earth's atmosphere. A key contributor to that tragedy was a culture that fostered ineffective communication of critical safety information and stifled professional differences of opinion.1,2

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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2008

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