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BackgroundMedical errors and adverse events are a source of concern to patients, practitioners and patient safety agencies across the world. The value of incident reporting as a means of improving patient safety has been questioned in the patient safety literature.AimThis paper provides a...
Clinical pathways were first developed at Sheikh Khalifa Medical Centre (SKMC), Abu Dhabi, in 2001 – one year after the facility first opened. Long lengths of stay and unjustified variances in clinical practice were the main reasons for the development. Laparoscopic cholcyctectomy was the first...
The objective of this study was to introduce intranasal diamorphine for paediatric analgesia in the Accident and Emergency (A&E) Department and to monitor its use. It was carried out at the A&E Department of a District General Hospital. An integrated care pathway was developed, drawing on both...
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