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New edition of The Journal of Patient Safety issued

The latest edition of the Wolters Kluwer Journal of Patient Safety has just been published.

Original studies include:

  • Is There a Mismatch Between the Perspectives of Patients and Regulators on Healthcare Quality? A Survey Study
  • The Ideal Hospital Discharge Summary: A Survey of U.S. Physicians
  • Impact of an Original Methodological Tool on the Identification of Corrective and Preventive Actions After Root Cause Analysis of Adverse Events in Health Care Facilities: Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial
  • Detach Yourself: The Positive Effect of Psychological Detachment on Patient Safety in Long-Term Care
  • Patient Safety Activity Under the Social Insurance Medical Fee Schedule in Japan: An Overview of the 2010 Nationwide Survey
  • Sustaining Teamwork Behaviors Through Reinforcement of TeamSTEPPS Principles
  • Prescribing Errors With Low-Molecular-Weight Heparins
  • Development and Psychometric Evaluation of the Speaking Up About Patient Safety Questionnaire
  • Descriptive Analysis of Patient Misidentification From Incident Report System Data in a Large Academic Hospital Federation
  • Medication Errors at Hospital Admission and Discharge: Risk Factors and Impact of Medication Reconciliation Process to Improve Healthcare
  • Reducing and Sustaining Duplicate Medical Record Creation by Usability Testing and System Redesign

Full articles are payalled but the abstracts may be viewed free of charge.

Access the Journal here


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