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Patient Ambulance
UK
5th September 2012

Teaming for Success in Patient Safety

​What I learned watching my sons on the football pitch!

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Car Factory
UK
7th August 2012

“Stop the Line” – A Human Patient Safety Alerting System

​Healthcare is complicated, too complicated for any one person to actually own or control the processes of diagnosis and care.

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Elderly Man Carer
UK
9th July 2012

Complaining Patients – What do they really want and why does it matter?

Patient complaints may or may not be well-grounded, but what really matters is why

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Doctor And Patient
UK
15th June 2012

“R-E-S-P-E-C-T…Find out what it means to me…”

​In 1967, the singer Aretha Franklin released one of the most famous R&B songs of all time, Respect! Most of us can begin humming this tune immediately.

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Nurse Helping Elderly Man
UK
3rd May 2012

Patient-Centeredness: What does this mean in Patient Safety?

In 2001 the Institute of Medicine, in its seminal publication Crossing the Quality Chasm, provided a practical definition of patient-centeredness

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Syringe And Pills
UK
31st March 2012

Pitfalls in the Informed Consent Process – Candid Discussions of Risk

Accessing quality healthcare and exercising individual options for care are basic human rights.

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