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Lefebvre G, Calder LA, De Gorter R, Bowman CL, Bell D, Bow M; National Panel on Quality Improvement in Obstetrics. J Obstet Gynaecol Can. 2019;41:653-659.
Obstetrics is a high-risk practice that concurrently manages the safety of mothers and newborns. This commentary describes the importance of standardization, checklist use, auditing and feedback, peer coaching, and interdisciplinary communication as strategies to reduce risks. The discussion spotlights the need for national guidelines and definitions to reduce variation in auditing and training activities and calls for heightened engagement of health care professionals to improve the safety and quality of obstetric care in Canada. An Annual Perspective reviewed work on improving maternal safety.
Windwick B, Aubin D, Beard P, et al; Disclosure Working Group. Edmonton, AB, Canada: Canadian Patient Safety Institute; 2011. ISBN: 9781926541389.
These national guidelines for Canadian health care providers serve as a tool for developing and implementing disclosure policies, practices, and training methods.