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Nakajima K, Kurata Y, Takeda H. Qual Saf Health Care. 2005;14:123-129.
Nakajima K ; Kurata Y ; Takeda H.A web-based incident reporting system and multidisciplinary collaborative projects for patient safety in a Japanese hospital. Qual Saf Health Care. 2005; 14: 123-129
The investigators observed the effects of a voluntary and anonymous Web-based incident reporting system. They conclude that it helped promote a safety culture and system changes to improve safety.
Examining the relationship among ambulatory surgical settings work environment, nurses' characteristics, and medication errors reporting.
Farag AA, Anthony MK. J Perianesth Nurs. 2015;30:492-503.
Does physician's training induce overconfidence that hampers disclosing errors?
Brezis M, Orkin-Bedolach Y, Fink D, Kiderman A. J Patient Saf. 2016 Jan 11; [Epub ahead of print].
Can patient safety incident reports be used to compare hospital safety? Results from a quantitative analysis of the English National Reporting and Learning System data.
Howell AM, Burns EM, Bouras G, Donaldson LJ, Athanasiou T, Darzi A. PLoS One. 2015;10:e0144107.
How effective are incident-reporting systems for improving patient safety? A systematic literature review.
Stavropoulou C, Doherty C, Tosey P. Milbank Q. 2015;93:826-866.
Trends and patterns in reporting of patient safety situations in transplantation.
Stewart DE, Tlusty SM, Taylor KH, et al. Am J Transplant. 2015;15:3123-3133.
Patient safety's missing link: using clinical expertise to recognize, respond to and reduce risks at a population level.
Hibbert PD, Healey F, Lamont T, Marela WM, Warner B, Runciman WB. Int J Qual Health Care. 2015 Nov 16; [Epub ahead of print].
Using voluntary reports from physicians to learn from diagnostic errors in emergency medicine.
Okafor N, Payne VL, Chathampally Y, Miller S, Doshi P, Singh H. Emerg Med J. 2015 Nov 3; [Epub ahead of print].
An organisation without a memory: a qualitative study of hospital staff perceptions on reporting and organisational learning for patient safety.
Sujan M. Reliab Eng Syst Saf. 2015;144:45-52.
Rates of safety incident reporting in MRI in a large academic medical center.
Mansouri M, Aran S, Harvey HB, Shaqdan KW, Abujudeh HH. J Magn Reson Imaging. 2015 Oct 20; [Epub ahead of print].
Barriers to implementing a reporting and learning patient safety system: pediatric chiropractic perspective.
Pohlman KA, Carroll L, Hartling L, Tsuyuki RT, Vohra S. J Evid Based Complementary Altern Med. 2015 Oct 4; [Epub ahead of print].
Learning without borders: a review of the implementation of medical error reporting in Médecins Sans Frontières.
Shanks L, Bil K, Fernhout J. PLoS One. 2015;10:e0137158.
The problem with incident reporting.
Macrae C. BMJ Qual Saf. 2016;25:71-75.
Near misses and unsafe conditions reported in a Pediatric Emergency Research Network.
Ruddy RM, Chamberlain JM, Mahajan PV, et al; Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network. BMJ Open. 2015;5:e007541.
The effect of a staged, emergency department specific rapid response system on reporting of clinical deterioration.
Considine J, Rawet J, Currey J. Australas Emerg Nurs J. 2015;18:218-226.
Hospital inpatients' experiences: percentage of parents who reported how often providers prevented mistakes and helped them to report concerns.
Rockville, MD: National Quality Measures Clearinghouse; December 2015.
Higher quality of care and patient safety associated with better NICU work environments.
Lake ET, Hallowell SG, Kutney-Lee A, et al. J Nurs Care Qual. 2016;31:24-32.
Improving radiology report quality by rapidly notifying radiologist of report errors.
Minn MJ, Zandieh AR, Filice RW. J Digit Imaging. 2015;28:492-498.
Patient safety reporting: a qualitative study of thoughts and perceptions of experts 15 years after 'To Err is Human.'
Mitchell I, Schuster A, Smith K, Pronovost P, Wu A. BMJ Qual Saf. 2016;25:92-99.
Reporting and using near-miss events to improve patient safety in diverse primary care practices: a collaborative approach to learning from our mistakes.
Crane S, Sloane PD, Elder N, et al. J Am Board Fam Med. 2015;28:452-460.
How surgical trainees handle catastrophic errors: a qualitative study.
Balogun JA, Bramall AN, Bernstein M. J Surg Educ. 2015;72:1179-1184.
Vaccination errors reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), United States, 2000–2013.
Hibbs BF, Moro PL, Lewis P, Miller ER, Shimabukuro TT. Vaccine. 2015;33:3171-3178.
Can staff and patient perspectives on hospital safety predict harm-free care? An analysis of staff and patient survey data and routinely collected outcomes.
Lawton R, O'Hara JK, Sheard L, et al. BMJ Qual Saf. 2015;24:369-376.
The Institute for Safe Medication Practices and poison control centers: collaborating to prevent medication errors and unintentional poisonings.
Vaida AJ. J Med Toxicol. 2015;11:262-264.
Accuracy of harm scores entered into an event reporting system.
Abbasi T, Adornetto-Garcia D, Johnston PA, Segovia JH, Summers B. J Nurs Adm. 2015;45:218-225.
Investigating Clinical Incidents in the NHS.
Sixth Report of Session 2014–15. House of Commons Public Administration Select Committee. London, England: The Stationery Office; March 27, 2015. Publication HC 886.
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