Patients’ and consumers’ perceptions of and involvement in safety and quality in Australian general practice
The importance of patient safety and quality research is renowned worldwide, but research outlining the interventions, intended outcomes, measurement and effectiveness are few and far between. Most of the research surrounding patient safety has focused on measurement and identifying what constitutes a risk, analysing, evaluating and managing risks effectively. Identifying practices and process of successful quality improvement can lead to effective results through greater understanding of the...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute (APHCRI) (2003-2015)|
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|Safety Study-Key Messages.pdf||Key Messages||142.27 kB||Adobe PDF|
|Safety Study-Policy Options-3 pages.pdf||Policy Options||168.59 kB||Adobe PDF|
|Safety Study-Full report.pdf||Full Report||679.08 kB||Adobe PDF|
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