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Annotated bibliography: understanding ambulatory care practices in the context of patient safety and quality improvement.
Montano MF, Mehdi H, Nash DB. Am J Med Qual. 2016;31(suppl 2):29S-43S.
The outpatient setting is receiving increased attention as a research focus in patient safety. This bibliography provides an annotated list of articles summarizing safety improvement efforts in the ambulatory setting. Topics explored include safety culture, measurement, team training, test result management, incident reporting, and diagnostic error.
Improving Patient Safety in Ambulatory Surgery Centers: A Resource List for Users of the AHRQ Ambulatory Surgery Center Survey on Patient Safety Culture.
Rockville, MD; Agency for Healthcare Quality and Research; March 2016.
The Patient Safety Perspective: Health Information and Resources Online and In Print, Revised Edition.
Burt HA. Chicago, IL: Medical Library Association; 2012.
This bibliography introduces patient safety and provides information about relevant Web sites, publications, and organizations.
Renal Physicians Association.
This Web site provides toolkits, educational modules, and an annotated bibliography to support quality improvement efforts for nephrology providers, and identifies best practice strategies for avoiding the Five Adverse Patient Safety Events in renal care.
Clough J, Nash DB. Am J Med Qual. 2007;22:203-213.
The authors provide an annotated list of articles that discuss board involvement in patient safety work.
Cambridge, MA: CRICO; 2006.
This educational video shares patient and family perspectives on how medical error affected their lives.
Selected Abstracts and Citations: Recent Work on Patient Safety for the Patient Safety Research Network.
Braithwaite J, Mallock N. Sydney, Australia: Center for Clinical Governance Research in Health, Faculty of Medicine, University of New South Wales; February 2004.
A review of the literature from 1995 to February 2004 uncovered five primary categories of content, which are described. The bibliography includes 168 articles identified for the project.