Voici une sélection d'articles sur la Fréquence des EIG en médecine générale.
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Buetow S., Kiata L., Liew T., Kenealy T., Dovey S., Elwyn G., Patient error : A preliminary taxonomy, Ann Fam Med 2009;7:223-231.
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Gaal S., Verstappen W., Wensing M. Patient safety in primary care: a survey of general practitioners in the Netherlands, BMC Health Services Research 2010, 10:21
Gaal S., Verstappen W ;, Wensing M. What do primary care physicians and researchers consider the most important patient safety improvement strategies?, BMC Health Services research, 2011, 11:102
Amalberti R., Brami J. (2011) Tempos Management in Primary Care: a Key Factor for Classifying Adverse Events, and Improving Quality and Safety, BMJ Quality & Safety Online First, published on 2 September 2011 as 10.1136/bmjqs.2010.048710
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