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Decreased hospital staffing on nights and weekends has been associated with a greater risk of adverse outcomes. However, this study found no association between nighttime operating and increased risk of intraoperative adverse events.
Outcomes with overlapping surgery at a large academic medical center.
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Intraoperative adverse events in abdominal surgery: what happens in the operating room does not stay in the operating room.
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Serious misdiagnosis-related harms in malpractice claims: the "Big Three"—vascular events, infections, and cancers.
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Investigating for improvement? Five strategies to ensure national patient safety investigations improve patient safety.
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What quality and safety of care for patients admitted to clinically inappropriate wards: a systematic review.
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Type 1 diabetes defined by severe insulin deficiency occurs after 30 years of age and is commonly treated as type 2 diabetes.
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Association between long-term opioid use in family members and persistent opioid use after surgery among adolescents and young adults.
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Prevalence, underlying causes, and preventability of sepsis-associated mortality in US acute care hospitals.
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Decisions and repercussions of second victim experiences for mothers in medicine (SAVE DR MoM).
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Appropriateness of outpatient antibiotic prescribing among privately insured US patients: ICD-10-CM based cross sectional study.
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Association of adverse effects of medical treatment with mortality in the United States: a secondary analysis of the Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries, and Risk Factors study.
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Medicine Safety: Take Care.
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Race differences in reported harmful patient safety events in healthcare system high reliability organizations.
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Lessons learned from implementing a principled approach to resolution following patient harm.
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Quality improvement priorities for safer out-of-hours palliative care: lessons from a mixed-methods analysis of a national incident-reporting database.
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Adverse Events in Long-Term-Care Hospitals: National Incidence Among Medicare Beneficiaries.
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Fatal flaws in clinical decision making.
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Learning from tragedy: the Julia Berg story.
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Dissecting communication barriers in healthcare: a path to enhancing communication resiliency, reliability, and patient safety.
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Unintentionally retained foreign objects: a descriptive study of 308 sentinel events and contributing factors.
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Association of cataract surgical outcomes with late surgeon career stages: a population-based cohort study.
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Predictors of adverse events and medical errors among adult inpatients of psychiatric units of acute care general hospitals.
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Trends in anesthesia-related liability and lessons learned.
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Social disparities in patient safety in primary care: a systematic review.
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Characteristics of healthcare organisations struggling to improve quality: results from a systematic review of qualitative studies.
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