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Alliance between society and medicine: the public's stake in medical professionalism.
Cohen JJ, Cruess S, Davidson C. JAMA. 2007;298:670-673.
High Quality Care for All: NHS Next Stage Review Final Report.
Darzi A. National Health Service. London, England: Crown Publishing; June 2008. ISBN: 9780101743228.
Doctors charged with manslaughter in the course of medical practice, 1795-2005: a literature review.
Ferner RE, McDowell SE. J R Soc Med. 2006;99:309-314.
Getting the Medicines Right.
London, UK: The Royal Pharmaceutical Society.
Economic evaluation of healthcare safety: which attributes of safety do healthcare professionals consider most important in resource allocation decisions?
Steuten L, Buxton M. Qual Saf Health Care. 2010;19:e6.
Scottish Patient Safety Alliance.
St Andrew's House, Regent Road, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH1 3DG.
Beyond misadventure: compensation for medical injuries in New Zealand.
Oliphant K. Med Law Rev. 2007;15:357-391.
Social aspects of clinical errors: a discussion paper.
Richman J, Mason T, Mason-Whitehead E, McIntosh A, Mercer D. Int J Nurs Stud. 2009;46:1148-1155.
Breaking the rules: understanding non-compliance with policies and guidelines.
Carthey J, Walker S, Deelchand V, Vincent C, Griffiths WH. BMJ. 2011;343:d5283.
The limits of knowledge management for UK public services modernization: the case of patient safety and service quality.
Currie G, Waring J, Finn R. Public Admin. 2008;86:363-385.
Implementing a national strategy for patient safety: lessons from the National Health Service in England.
Lewis RQ, Fletcher M. Qual Saf Health Care. 2005;14:135-139.
Developing a 'critical' approach to patient and public involvement in patient safety in the NHS: learning lessons from other parts of the public sector?
Ocloo JE, Fulop NJ. Health Expect. 2012;15:424-432.
How to stay on the right side of the infection control code.
Harrison S. Nurs Stand. June 1-7, 2005;19:14-16.
Patient Safety: Research into Practice.
Walshe K, Boaden R, eds. Maidenhead, England: Open University Press; 2005. ISBN: 0335218539.
Implementing a systematic response to medication errors.
Larsen D, Cole R, Higton P. Nurs Stand. 2007;21:35-40.
Hard Truths: the Journey to Putting Patients First.
Department of Health. London, England: Crown Publishing; November 2013. ISBN: 9780101875424.
Sixth Report of Session 2008–09. House of Commons Health Committee. London, England: The Stationery Office; July 3, 2009. Publication HC 151-I.
Intentionally harmful violations and patient safety: the example of Harold Shipman.
Baker R, Hurwitz B. J R Soc Med. 2009;102:223-227.
Doctor administered fatal dose of calcium to baby, inquest told.
Morris S. Guardian. February 13, 2007.
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