Patient Safety Collaborative Manual Study
Australian general practice has a key role in how the health system ensures safe and high quality care, particularly for individuals living with complex illnesses. On average, general practice provides 345,000 patient encounters and writes over 287,000 prescriptions per day. There will be a small level of adverse events associated with these consultations and prescriptions; analysis of such adverse events shows that at least half are thought to be preventable. Understanding, recording and...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute (APHCRI) (2003-2015)|
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|Patient Safety Collaborative Manual Study-Key Messages.pdf||Key Messages||39.02 kB||Adobe PDF|
|Patient Safety Collaborative Manual Study-Policy Options-3 pages.pdf||Policy Options||123.28 kB||Adobe PDF|
|Patient Safety Collaborative Manual Study-Full report.pdf||Full Report||1.73 MB||Adobe PDF|
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