LINNEAUS Collaboration on Patient Safety in Primary Care.
Eur J Gen Pract. 2015;(suppl 21):1-77.
Collaborative efforts provide learning opportunities for groups that seek to develop widely implementable improvements. Articles in this special supplement explore a 4-year effort to enhance the safety of primary care in the European Union, including developing research agendas and implementation of the collaborative in different countries.
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