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Channelling the force of audit and feedback: averting the dark side
Channelling the force of audit and feedback: averting the dark side
Audit and feedback is a strategy used to improve healthcare delivery and promote the implementation of evidence-based prac...
We dont talk about communication: why technology alone cannot save clinically deteriorating patients
We dont talk about communication: why technology alone cannot save clinically deteriorating patients
When a hospitalised patient begins to deteriorate clinically, prompt detection and early intervention by trained clinician...
Diagnosing diagnostic errors: its time to evolve the patient safety research paradigm
Diagnosing diagnostic errors: its time to evolve the patient safety research paradigm
Optimising patient safety in the hospital setting remains a significant challenge for modern healthcare. Substantial effor...
Using a dark logic model to explore adverse effects in audit and feedback: a qualitative study of gaming in colonoscopy
Using a dark logic model to explore adverse effects in audit and feedback: a qualitative study of gaming in colonoscopy
BackgroundAudit and feedback (A&F) interventions have been shown to improve compliance with desired practice in health...
Nursing implications of an early warning system implemented to reduce adverse events: a qualitative study
Nursing implications of an early warning system implemented to reduce adverse events: a qualitative study
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Use of e-triggers to identify diagnostic errors in the paediatric ED
Use of e-triggers to identify diagnostic errors in the paediatric ED
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A scoping review of real-time automated clinical deterioration alerts and evidence of impacts on hospitalised patient outcomes
A scoping review of real-time automated clinical deterioration alerts and evidence of impacts on hospitalised patient outcomes
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Economic evaluations of audit and feedback interventions: a systematic review
Economic evaluations of audit and feedback interventions: a systematic review
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A better way: training for direct observations in healthcare
A better way: training for direct observations in healthcare
Direct observation is valuable for identifying latent threats and elucidating system complexity in clinical environments. ...
Quality and safety in the literature: October 2022
Quality and safety in the literature: October 2022
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Patterns, appropriateness and outcomes of peripherally inserted central catheter use in Brazil: a multicentre study of 12 725 catheters
Patterns, appropriateness and outcomes of peripherally inserted central catheter use in Brazil: a multicentre study of 12 725 catheters
IntroductionIn the last two decades, indications for the use of peripherally inserted central catheters (PICCs) have expan...
Impact of unacceptable behaviour between healthcare workers on clinical performance and patient outcomes: a systematic review
Impact of unacceptable behaviour between healthcare workers on clinical performance and patient outcomes: a systematic review
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Pay-for-performance incentives for health worker vaccination: looking under the hood
Pay-for-performance incentives for health worker vaccination: looking under the hood
Since the earliest days of the COVID-19 vaccines, voluntary uptake of the vaccine by healthcare workers has been below opt...
Replicating and publishing research in different countries and different settings: advice for authors
Replicating and publishing research in different countries and different settings: advice for authors
At BMJ Quality & Safety, we frequently receive manuscripts that in some way replicate prior research. For example, aut...
Speaking up in resource-constrained settings: how to secure safe surgical care in the moment and in the future?
Speaking up in resource-constrained settings: how to secure safe surgical care in the moment and in the future?
The provision of safe surgical care in low- and middle-income countries is challenging. Mortality and morbidity in the per...
Improving health equity through clinical innovation
Improving health equity through clinical innovation
Despite having the most expensive system of maternity care in the world, outcomes for birthing people in the USA are worse...
Unacceptable behaviours between healthcare workers: just the tip of the patient safety iceberg
Unacceptable behaviours between healthcare workers: just the tip of the patient safety iceberg
Since the publication of the 1999 ‘To Err is Human’ report by the Institute of Medicine, healthcare researchers have been ...
Examining the effect of quality improvement initiatives on decreasing racial disparities in maternal morbidity
Examining the effect of quality improvement initiatives on decreasing racial disparities in maternal morbidity
IntroductionPersistent racial and ethnic disparities in maternal mortality and morbidity exist in the USA. Compared with w...
Quality and Safety in the Literature: September 2022
Quality and Safety in the Literature: September 2022
Healthcare quality and safety span multiple topics across the spectrum of academic and clinical disciplines. Keeping abre...
The Evolving Economics of Implementation
The Evolving Economics of Implementation
Decision makers in healthcare systems strive to implement evidence-based, high-quality care. A lack of economic data is of...
Urgent referral to specialist services for patients with cancer symptoms: a cause for concern or oversimplifying a complex issue?
Urgent referral to specialist services for patients with cancer symptoms: a cause for concern or oversimplifying a complex issue?
Prompt diagnosis of cancer is crucial, as it saves lives. In some primary healthcare systems, such as New Zealand (NZ) or ...
Inequalities exacerbated: an all-too-familiar story
Inequalities exacerbated: an all-too-familiar story
The direct effects of COVID-19—at least in terms of cases, hospitalisations and deaths—have been well documented in almost...
Transition of care from adult intensive care settings - implementing interventions to improve medication safety and patient outcomes
Transition of care from adult intensive care settings - implementing interventions to improve medication safety and patient outcomes
On admission to an intensive care unit (ICU), patients’ regular long-term medications may be withheld while they are being...