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June 4, 2009: Childhood Game of 'Tag' In Boston ED Changes to 'Assassin'

BI’s ER staff engaged in a variation of the game of “tag” in which staff monitored each other in order to incentivize improving hand washing compliance and avoiding infection transmission prior to a federal review. Despite BI’s focus on transparency and a blame-free culture, a few members of the staff, including nurses, physicians, and technicians, became “nervous” and asked to stop the game because in a time of layoffs “they felt that anything might come back and haunt them,” according to ED chief Richard Wolfe.

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