Voici une sélection d'articles sur le thème des "Systèmes de signalement des EIG par les professionnels".
Il faut noter que le pic de littérature sur ce sujet des obstacles à signaler date des années 2001 à 2004 avec un très net ralentissement après, car presque tout a été dit et n'a pas significativement changé.
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Hopkin Tanne, J. US doctors and public disagree over mandatory reporting of errors, BMJ, 2002, 325 1055
Vaas, A. Patient Safety agency admits problems with it pilot scheme, BMJ, 2002, 432:1473
Beckmann, U., Bohringer, C., Carless, R., et al. Evaluation of two methods for quality improvement in intensive care: facilitated incident monitoring and retrospective medical chart review. Crit Care Med. 2003; 31(4):1006-1011.
Johnson C. Why did that happen? A brief explanation for the proliferation of barely usable software in healthcare systems. 2nd US/UK patient safety research methodology workshop. AHRQ, Rockville, MD, September 23-24, 2003.
Johnson,C.W. How Will We Get the Data and What Will We Do With It? Issues in the Reporting of Adverse Healthcare Events Quality and Safety in Health Care, 2003, 12 (2), 64-67