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    Apr 30
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    Fundamentals of Emergency Medicine Education 

    Fundamentals of Emergency Medicine Education is a 2-day, 17-hour course that provides participants with the knowledge and skills to become effective educators in emergency medicine. Through a dynamic and interactive format, the course focuses on best practice, strategies, updates, and educational innovations to optimize the educational environment in your Emergency Department. This course is desig


    • Copenhagan
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    May 01
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    Foundations of Patient (Lived Experience) Leadership

    A four-week introduction to Patient Leadership, led by David Gilbert. Patient Leadership signals a breakthrough in healthcare that moves beyond traditional engagement and uncovers the pioneering and transformative work of patient leaders – those affected by life-changing illness, injury or disability who want to lead change in the healthcare system. Or ‘those who have been through stuff, who

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    May 01
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    National NatSSIPs Network

    NHS England is currently seeking views on whether the existing Never Events Framework remains an effective mechanism to drive patient safety improvement. Never Events are defined as patient safety incidents that are ‘wholly preventable because guidance or safety recommendations that provide strong systemic protective barriers are available at a national level and should have been implemented by al

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    May 06
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    World Hand Hygiene Day 2024 - why is sharing knowledge about hand hygiene still so important?

    In the context of a multimodal improvement strategy, WHO highlights the importance of training of health workers for sustainable improvement in infection prevention and control (IPC), including hand hygiene. Many countries are demonstrating strong engagement and advancements in scaling-up infection prevention and control (IPC) strategies and actions, but overall, the progress is slow, and gai

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    May 07

    Integrated Governance - CQG Series

    The overall objective of this masterclass is to build good governance commitment, capacity, and resilience in the face of severe resource constraints and complex staff, patient, political and regulatory expectations. The programme is interactive, developmental, based on best practice and focused on achievable improvement of practice, behaviours and outcomes. The course includes online access to th

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    May 08
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    Tackling health inequalities: the need for urgent action

    Many people recognise that both the NHS and the health of the nation are in deep crisis. Whether in terms of life expectancy, levels of long-term ill health, inequalities, mental health, or the drivers of poor health such as obesity, England’s recent record is poor and often compares badly to its neighbours. Essentially, there is now a need to think differently about how to design and deliver heal

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    May 08

    Medical treatment decisions and the law

    This course will offer an overview of the law relating to medical treatment decisions, both children and adults, and both for patients able to make a decision for themselves, and where best interests decisions must be made for those who cannot, and how to tell the difference. We will also look at how, and when, it may be necessary to involve the court to resolve disputes and – better – how to avoi

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    May 08

    Human Factors – Introduction

    This introductory course from AQUA is aimed at those who are new to Human Factors or those who are interested in refreshing existing knowledge.  You will gain the fundamental knowledge and skills for Human Factors in health and care. Taking place online over two half days, this course will blend guided independent study with facilitated discussion and activities. You will be encouraged t

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    May 08
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    RCM conference 2024

    Energising excellence. Bringing research, education, practice and leadership to life The RCM conference is back for 2024. Professional and educational standards of proficiencies have made clear the importance of midwives working across the professional pillars of the profession: research, education, clinical practice and leadership.  Safe and effective care needs an evidence base from re


    • ACC Liverpool, King's Dock, Port of Liverpool, Kings Dock St, Liverpool, L3 4FP, United Kingdom
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    May 08

    WHO: Building trust through communication skills in healthcare

    WHO/Europe, the Austrian National Public Health Institute—a WHO-Collaborating Center for Health Promotion in Hospitals and Healthcare— EACH: International Association for Communication in Healthcare, and the University of Iowa have joined forces to deliver a unique series of webinars that will examine the critical role of effective communication in building trust within healthcare settings and the

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    May 08
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    Fear of discovery: How PSOs provide a secure environment for safety work

    The federal Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act was created in 2005 and established a national patient safety database and a system of Patient Safety Organizations (PSOs) in the US. Although PSOs have existed for more than 15 years, healthcare organisations still struggle to identify the best reporting structure and how to most effectively utilise protections in relation to patient safety w

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    May 09

    Complaints, resolution & mediation

    This course is suitable for anybody who deals with complaints as part of their job role, or anybody who may have to handle a complaint. This includes dedicated complaints teams & customer support teams and managers.  A highly interactive and effective workshop to improve confidence and consistency in handling complaints, we will demonstrate a simple model to facilitate effective responses

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    May 09

    Systems approach to learning from patient safety incidents

    Training to support the development of core understanding and application of systems-based patient safety incident response throughout the healthcare system - in line with NHS guidance, based upon national and internationally recognised good practice. This course covers the end-to-end systems-based patient safety incident response based upon the new NHS PSIRF and includes: purpose

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    May 09

    Human Factors – Applying to incident investigation

    Our Human Factors – Applying to Incident Investigation programme is designed to equip staff with the knowledge and skills to use a systems approach to incident investigation. This is a great opportunity for programme participants to develop their understanding of Human Factors and apply this methodology to case studies with peers. The programme introduces the concept of system thinking and pr

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    May 09
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    Birmingham Integrated Care Delivery Forum 2024

    The Birmingham Integrated Care Delivery Forum is taking place on 9 May 2024. Speakers confirmed so far include: Cathy Elliott, Chair, NHS West Yorkshire ICB Pearse Butler, Chair, NHS South Yorkshire ICB Naomi Eisenstadt, Chair, NHS Northamptonshire ICB Amanda Sullivan, CEO, NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire ICB Tapiwa Mtemachani, Director of Transformation and

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    May 09

    HSSIB: After Action Review

    This is for those in NHS Trusts in England only. This practical course is aimed at those who are planning to use, or may already be using, After Action Review (AAR) as one of their learning responses to patient safety events. It will also be useful for those in Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) oversight roles. The course is includes: Defining what After Action Review is.

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    May 10
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    7th International Conference on Patient Safety 2024: Diagnostic Safety

    Riphah Institute of Healthcare Improvement & Safety (RIHIS) has been organizing the region’s largest International Conference on Patient Safety (ICPS) annually for the last 5 years which draws key opinion leaders, domain experts, regulators, academia, and other stakeholders working in this space from all over the world. ICPS provides a platform to allow experts in Patient Safety to come togeth


    • Jinnah Convention Center , Islamabad, Pakistan
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    May 10
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    Innovative Approaches for Assessment of Non-Technical Skills – Objective Metrics and Sensing

    Professor Steven Yule, and the Surgical Sabermetrics Lab Group, invite you to a research seminar from Professor Denny Yu on: Innovative Approaches for Assessment of Non-Technical Skills in Surgery - Objective Metrics and Sensing. The seminar will take place on Friday, 10th of May at the Usher Institute (and virtual), from 2-3pm Edinburgh time (9-10am EST). This promises to be a fascinati

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    May 10
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    REDESIGN: A women’s health hackathon

    REDESIGN is a women’s health hackathon to empower women with better user experience and improve health outcomes. Hosted by the Imperial College Women’s Health Network of Excellence, in collaboration with the Imperial FemTech and Design Engineering Societies, this event promotes interdisciplinary work among students and early career professionals to solve the foremost women’s health challenges

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    May 13

    Engaging patients & families in complaints under Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) and the Complaints Standards Framework

    This one-day masterclass will look at the new PSIRF and the Complaints Standards Framework and through real life content, bringing the human focus for the patients, loved ones, and indeed staff to the forefront. It will support staff to explore what compassionate engagement looks like, feels like, and how to communicate it authentically and meaningfully. In a supportive and relaxed environmen

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    May 13
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    Online workshop: Health and digital literacy

    The Patient Information Forum (PIF) is hosting a new two-day workshop offering key data on health literacy and digital exclusion, plus top tips and examples of good practice. This streamlined health and digital literacy training has been developed in response to feedback from PIF members. It explores the key health and digital literacy challenges facing the UK and the potential solutions. Exa

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    May 13
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    Do innovation labs work to improve health and care services? Exploring our evidence review

    Social innovation labs are innovative spaces that encourage creative thinking and experimentation. A recent evidence review undertaken by the Innovation Unit explores how labs can achieve greater impact. This session, jointly delivered by Q and Innovation, is an opportunity to hear more about the evidence review, hear from leading practitioners in the field and connect with others with an int

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    May 13
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    PSIRF embedding webinar 4

    The Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) sets out a new approach to learning and improving following patient safety incidents across the NHS in England.   PSIRF embedding webinars will feature presentations from NHS organisations and will focus on sharing experiences, adaptions and learning as the designed systems and processes put in place prior to transition are operationalise

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    May 14

    Scrutiny, regulation, and improvement - CQG Series

    The overall objective of this masterclass is to build good governance commitment, capacity, and resilience in the face of severe resource constraints and complex staff, patient, political and regulatory expectations. The programme is interactive, developmental, based on best practice and focused on achievable improvement of practice, behaviours and outcomes. The course includes online access to th

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    May 14
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    The King's Fund: Integrated care summit 2024

    Integrated care systems (ICSs) have the potential to radically transform health and care through collaboration, long-term thinking, and by pushing the boundaries of what is possible.   In this summit, we give voice to innovative thinking and practices by hearing from senior leaders and partners from both within and outside of the health and care service, who have found ways to create meaningf


    • The King's Fund, London, W1G 0AN, United Kingdom
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    May 15

    NHS Resolution NW Primary care: Dispelling the myth-towards safer practice

    NHS Resolution’s Safety and Learning team in collaboration with the NW panel law firms, are hosting a virtual forum series on learning from claims to promote reflection and improve patient care. The purpose is to raise awareness of the support offered by NHS Resolution as your General Practice indemnifier along with the North West panel firms; Weightmans, Hempsons and Hill Dickinson. This wil

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    May 15

    Clinical negligence update for clinicians and managers

    Featuring leading legal experts and experienced clinicians this online event will provide an update on current claims processes and how to respond to claims. The conference will look at the patient perspective and explore why patients decide to litigate. There will be an extended session on mediation and ADR. The conference will also update delegates on the new Patient Safety Incident Respons

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    May 15

    Human Factors – Introduction

    This introductory course from AQUA is aimed at those who are new to Human Factors or those who are interested in refreshing existing knowledge.  You will gain the fundamental knowledge and skills for Human Factors in health and care. Taking place online over two half days, this course will blend guided independent study with facilitated discussion and activities. You will be encouraged t

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    May 15
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    IHPN and CQC Patient Safety Conference 2024

    IHPN & CQC will be holding their fifth annual joint Patient Safety Conference on Wednesday 15 May from 9.30am to 4.30pm in Central London. This is a popular members-only event and this year’s conference will focus on building a safety and quality culture within independent healthcare services. Speakers include: CQC’s Chief Executive, Ian Treholm Dr Henrietta Hughes OBE, Pat

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    May 15
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    Digital Health & Care Forum: Building trust in AI and data-driven health & care

    Bevan Brittan are delighted to announce their next Digital Health and Care Forum. This session will be hosted in partnership with the Masala Network, the health and life science network for South Asians in the UK. At this in-person event, we will be joined by a panel of experts in the field including: Dr Amrita Kumar, AI Clinical Lead and Consultant Radiologist at NHS Haris Shu


    • The Loading Bay, Techspace Shoreditch, 25 Luke Street, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 4DS, United Kingdom
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    May 16

    Hospital at night summit: Optimising out of hours healthcare delivery

    This Hospital at Night Summit focuses on out of hours care in hospitals delivering high quality safe care at night and supporting the wellbeing of those working at night. Through national updates, networking opportunities and case studies this conference provides a practical guide to delivering a high-quality hospital at night service and transforming out of hours services and roles to improve pat

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    May 16
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    May 16

    Understanding the Mesh Scandal

    In this webinar, the patient campaigner Kath Sansom who will be talking to us about how the mesh scandal came about and the effect it has had on women, along with her amazing campaign work. She will be joined by two mesh injured women, Susan and Sharron, who will share their stories. Sign up for the webinar

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    May 18

    AfPP Roadshow: The fundamentals of practice: Keeping patients and practitioners safe

    Join us for a full day of education covering those topics that are the basis of our (or your) everyday practice. From risk management to infection control and patient care to practitioners wellbeing, leave the day informed, challenged and inspired. Book your tickets


    • Various, United Kingdom
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    May 21
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    Radical Health Festival 2024, Helsinki

    The future of health and care lies at the intersection of prevention and precision. It’s a paradigm shift that requires vision, leadership, change management and the critical need to be radical.  At Radical Health Festival Helsinki 2024, we’re not just thinking about the future of healthcare; we’re redefining it. Imagine a world where health is a lifelong journey, where risks are identified b

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    May 21
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    The Untold Patient Stories: Shedding the light on the realities of life with a long-term condition

    The Patients Association is running a webinar to support Future Health’s campaign, The Forgotten Majority.  This campaign aims to raise awareness among policy representatives from Government and other political parties, as well as other key stakeholders, about the real life every day challenges faced by people with long-term health conditions and advocate for meaningful policy change as we ap

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    May 21

    HSSIB: After Action Review

    This is for those in NHS Trusts in England only. This practical course is aimed at those who are planning to use, or may already be using, After Action Review (AAR) as one of their learning responses to patient safety events. It will also be useful for those in Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) oversight roles. The course is includes: Defining what After Action Review is.

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    May 21
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    First Do No Harm: All Part Parliamentary Group meeting

    The First Do No Harm All Part Parliamentary Group meeting is on 21 May 10-11am via Teams (capacity is up to 1000 people). There will Update on financial redress and Q&A. Speakers: Jason Farrell - Sky journalist behind the documentary Primodos: The secret drug scandal Patient Safety Commissioner - Henrietta Hughes Henrietta will be talking about the report she ha

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    May 22
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    SIM 4 Safety Conference

    The conference themes recognise firstly that simulation should show delivery of improvement in service-user experiences and outcomes; secondly that recent significant investment in resources should be met by faculty skilled and motivated to make optimal use of these resources to deliver; and now that safety is a key indicator and desirable outcome. Sole keynote speaker, Dr Dawn Benson, is a s


    • Southampton Solent University, Southampton, United Kingdom
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    May 23

    HSSIB: Demystifying thematic analysis

    This is for those in NHS Trusts in England only. This session will provide an opportunity to ‘have a go’ and discuss some of the challenges and practical aspects of using thematic analysis for the purpose of learning from patient safety issues. Learning objectives: Define thematic analysis and its key concepts. Understand the relevance of using thematic analysis in the context

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    May 23
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    Violence at work webinar - Safety for All Campaign

    This Safety for All webinar will present findings from a survey to investigate violence and aggression sustained by nursing and midwifery students in a UK university.   The survey was conducted by the University of Plymouth and asked 37 questions to a sample of nursing students. The results of the survey highlight some worrying trends and in this webinar attendees will have the opportunity to

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    May 23

    Q/A session: Safer Electronic Patient Record Implementation

    Deloitte is excited to announce a follow-up Q/A session to its successful "Safer Electronic Patient Record Implementation" webinar which took place on 18 April. Join this session to hear expert panellists, with first-hand experience in large-scale EPR implementations, answer some insightful questions. Don't miss this opportunity to deepen your understanding for a successful EPR Go-Live.  Spea

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    May 23
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    Webinar: Safer Electronic Patient Record (EPR) Implementation

    This is a follow-up Q/A session to Deloitte's successful "Safer Electronic Patient Record Implementation" webinar which took place on 18th April. Join us on May 23rd as our expert panellists, with first-hand experience in large-scale EPR implementations, answer some insightful questions. Don't miss this opportunity to deepen your understanding for a successful EPR Go-Live.  Please join on Thu

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    May 23
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    Webinar: Is NHS psychiatric care on the brink of collapse?

    A crisis is deepening in NHS psychiatric care - but how can we turn the tide and stop a total collapse? Join The Independent’s health correspondent Rebecca Thomas and a panel of experts as they dive into the heart of the issues plaguing the NHS' mental health services. This exclusive event comes after joint Independent/Sky News investigation Patient 11 uncovered 20,000 sexual abuse, hara

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    May 25
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    London inspire Programme: Black Health Inequalities Summit

    London inspire Programme (LiP) is a ground-breaking programme which was specifically developed to raise awareness and promote targeted health interventions aimed at reducing disparities faced by Black people in London. This involves working closely with Black Caribbean & African leaders and health professionals, to explore an asset-based approach to mobilising the community and improve health


    • Royal Society of Medicine, London, W1G 0AE
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    May 25
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    'The Unequal Pandemic' screening and path to preparedness panel event

    Despite being one of the largest economies, the UK suffered the third worst Covid-19 death toll in Western Europe, largely due to entrenched inequalities that were exposed and worsened by the pandemic. The Unequal Pandemic film, executively produced by Debbie Abrahams MP and Good Guys Productions, draws to light the disproportionate impact of the pandemic on marginalised communities. This pre


    • Christopher Ingold Building, 20 Gordon Street, WC1H 0AJ
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    May 29
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    HIMSS 24: European Health Conference and Exhibition

    Digital transformation is vital, and this is the space to learn from leaders who are building efficient, personalized care. We’ll cut through the buzzwords and dive deep into the biggest issues in European healthcare—creating space for connection-building along the way. AI, workforce sustainability, preventative care, and digital transformation in action are the big topics we’ll cover. So are


    • Rome, Italy
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    May 30
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    WHO - Launch event: Global Patient Safety Report 2024

    The first ever World Health Organization (WHO) Global Report on Patient Safety will provide a comprehensive overview of patient safety measures globally, aligned with the Global Patient Safety Action Plan 2021–2030. It will include detailed analyses and summaries that highlight the burden of unsafe care and the strategies different countries are using to improve safety in health care. This WHO web

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