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Learning From Serious Failings in Care: Main Report.

Short-Life Working Group on Hospital Reports. Edinburgh, Scotland: Academy of Medical Royal Colleges and Faculties in Scotland; May 2015.

Substantive reports of failures have transparently discussed problems in the National Health Services (NHS) and proposed solutions. Exploring NHS care in Scotland, this publication reviews weaknesses that affect health service delivery and makes recommendations to improve leadership, staffing, and external assessment of processes to ensure safe high quality care.

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