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Identifying potential medication discrepancies during medication reconciliation in the post-acute long-term care setting.

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Evaluating a handheld decision support device in pediatric intensive care settings.

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Safety-I, Safety-II and burnout: how complexity science can help clinician wellness.

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‘I think this medicine actually killed my wife’: patient and family perspectives on shared decision-making to optimize medications and safety.

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Doctors’ perceived working conditions and the quality of patient care: a systematic review.

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Independent Review of Gross Negligence Manslaughter and Culpable Homicide.

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Review of medication errors that are new or likely to occur more frequently with electronic medication management systems.

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Controversies in diagnosis: contemporary debates in the diagnostic safety literature.

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Serious misdiagnosis-related harms in malpractice claims: the “Big Three”—vascular events, infections, and cancers.

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