Recipes for checklists and bundles: one part active ingredient, two parts measurement.
Chopra V & Shojania KG. BMJ Qual Saf.
What counts? An ethnographic study of infection data reported to a patient safety program.
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Improving patient handovers from hospital to primary care: a systematic review.
Hesselink G et al. Ann Intern Med.
Hospital-based medication reconciliation practices: a systematic review.
Mueller SK et al. Arch Intern Med.
Effect of a pharmacist intervention on clinically important medication errors after hospital discharge: a randomized trial.
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Implementing SBAR across a large multihospital health system.
Compton J et al. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf.
Patients' willingness and ability to participate actively in the reduction of clinical errors: a systematic literature review.
Doherty C & Stavropoulou C. Soc Sci Med.
Medication reconciliation in the hospital: what, why, where, when, who and how?
Fernandes O & Shojania KG. Healthc Q.
Comparative economic analyses of patient safety improvement strategies in acute care: a systematic review
Etchells E, Koo M, Daneman N, McDonald A, Baker M, Matlow A, Krahn M, Mittmann N. BMJ Qual Saf.
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Advancing the science of patient safety
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Evaluation of a preoperative team briefing: a new communication routine results in improved clinical practice
Lingard L, Regehr G, Cartmill C, Orser B, Espin S, Bohnen J, Reznick R, Baker R, Rotstein L, Doran D. BMJ Qual Saf.
Effect of admission medication reconciliation on adverse events from admission medication changes
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Nurse staffing and inpatient hospital mortality
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Description of the development and validation of the Canadian Paediatric Trigger Tool.
Matlow AG, Cronin CM, Flintoft V, Nijssen-Jordan C, Fleming M, Brady-Fryer B, Hiltz MA, Orrbine E, Baker GR. Qual Safe Health Care.
Variability in the measurement of hospital-wide mortality rates.
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Speaking up about safety concerns: multi-setting qualitative study of patients' views and experiences.
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Temporal Trends in Rates of Patient Harm resulting from Medical Care.
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Case 34-2010, A 65-Year-Old Woman with an Incorrect Operation on the Left Hand
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Effects of a comprehensive surgical safety system on patient outcomes.
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Improving teamwork to reduce surgical mortality.
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Teaching Quality Improvement and Patient Safety to Trainees: A systematic Review
Wong BM, Etchells EE, Kuper A, Levinson W, Shojania KG. Acad Med
Effect of bar-code technology on the safety of medication administration.
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Association of interruptions with an increased risk and severity of medication administration errors
Westbrook JI. Arch Intern Med.
Real-time clinical alerting: effect of an automated paging system on response time to critical laboratory values - a ramdomised controlled trial
Etchells E, Adhikari NK, Cheung C, Fowler R, Kiss A, Quan S, Sibbald W, Wong B. Qual Saf Health Care.
Disclosure of medical error to parents and paediatric patients: assessment of parents' attitudes and influencing factors.
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Can electronic clinical documentation help prevent diagnostic errors?
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