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Adverse events in healthcare: learning from mistakes.

Rafter N, Hickey A, Condell S, et al. QJM. 2014 Jul 29; [Epub ahead of print].

This review discusses chart reviews, trigger tools, and voluntary reporting as approaches to monitor adverse events and explores how lack of a standard method to collect and analyze data can hinder progress in determining trends and learning from reported information.

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