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AHRQ Patient Safety Network ▲ Checklists to prevent diagnostic errors: a pilot randomized controlled trial.

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Use of a diagnosis checklist for common symptoms in ER and urgent care clinics found no improvement in diagnostic errors.Diagnosis. 2015 May 13; [Epub ahead of print].

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Checklists to prevent diagnostic errors: a pilot randomized controlled trial.
Ely JW, Graber MA. Diagnosis. 2015 May 13; [Epub ahead of print].
In this randomized trial study, a diagnostic checklist for common symptoms in emergency department or urgent care clinic visits did not significantly reduce diagnostic errors compared to usual care, though a larger sample across more conditions may shed further light on the effectiveness of checklists in diagnosis.
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