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NHS Safety Thermometer Reports.

Leeds, UK: Clinical Support Audit Unit, Health and Social Care Information Centre. 2012-2017.

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January 27, 2016
Leeds, UK: Clinical Support Audit Unit, Health and Social Care Information Centre. 2012-2017.

The NHS Safety Thermometer was a tool developed by the National Health Service to facilitate staff participation in measuring patient harm in various care environments. This report collection explores the data collected on four types of health care–acquired conditions (pressure ulcers, falls, catheter–associated urinary tract infections, and venous thromboembolisms) in NHS patients over a 5-year period. The NHS Safety Thermometer is no longer used as an official data type. 

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Leeds, UK: Clinical Support Audit Unit, Health and Social Care Information Centre. 2012-2017.

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