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World Innovation Summit for Health 2015. Doha, Qatar: Qatar Foundation; February 2015.
This conference focused on persisting barriers to patient safety worldwide and recommended strategies to achieve lasting improvement, including dedication to systems engineering, patient-centeredness, and process integration. The session summarized findings of a report developed for the event, Transforming Patient Safety: a Sector-wide Systems Approach. The proceedings collection includes the full text of the report, video of the panel, and podcasts with Margaret Murphy, Dr. Mary Dixon-Woods, Dr. Peter Pronovost, and other participants.
World Alliance for Patient Safety. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization; 2008.
Through a discussion of a vincristine administration error, this booklet and video illustrate how system weaknesses can contribute to failure.
Kaiser Family Foundation, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, and the Harvard School of Public Health; November 2004.
Five years after the Institute of Medicine's landmark report on medical errors, this survey assessed Americans' perceptions about the quality of health care, their awareness and reported usage of information in making their health care choices, and their experiences with their health care providers. A summary of the findings is provided, as well as a Webcast featuring experts discussing the survey results.