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Achieving sustained improvements in safety culture can be difficult. A team-based workshop and facilitated discussion around safety issues resulted in an increase in voluntary incident reporting in primary care clinics in the Netherlands.
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Does employee safety matter for patients too? Employee safety climate and patient safety culture in health care.
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