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Medical Errors, Part 1, New Approaches to an Old Problem: Safety Training (Superceded)
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produced by Medcom, in Medical Errors, Part 1 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2008), 17 secs
In the years following the landmark study from the Institute of Medicine, To Error is Human, regulatory agencies and professional organizations have developed protocols and standards to reduce mistakes and enhance patient safety. While progress has been made, medical errors continue to be a leading cause of death....
produced by Medcom, in Medical Errors, Part 1 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2008), 17 secs
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Medical Errors, Part 1, New Appraches to an Old Problem: Standardized Safety Procedures
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produced by Medcom, in Medical Errors, Part 1 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2008), 26 secs
In the years following the landmark study from the Institute of Medicine, To Error is Human, regulatory agencies and professional organizations have developed protocols and standards to reduce mistakes and enhance patient safety. While progress has been made, medical errors continue to be a leading cause of death....
produced by Medcom, in Medical Errors, Part 1 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2008), 26 secs
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Medical Errors, Part 1, New Approaches to an Old Problem: Errors of Misuse
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produced by Medcom, in Medical Errors, Part 1 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2008), 28 secs
In the years following the landmark study from the Institute of Medicine, To Error is Human, regulatory agencies and professional organizations have developed protocols and standards to reduce mistakes and enhance patient safety. While progress has been made, medical errors continue to be a leading cause of death....
produced by Medcom, in Medical Errors, Part 1 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2008), 28 secs
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Medical Errors, Part 1, New Approaches to an Old Problem: Errors of Overuse
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produced by Medcom, in Medical Errors, Part 1 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2008), 18 secs
In the years following the landmark study from the Institute of Medicine, To Error is Human, regulatory agencies and professional organizations have developed protocols and standards to reduce mistakes and enhance patient safety. While progress has been made, medical errors continue to be a leading cause of death....
produced by Medcom, in Medical Errors, Part 1 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2008), 18 secs
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Medical Errors, Part 1, New Approaches to an Old Problem: Errors of Underuse
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produced by Medcom, in Medical Errors, Part 1 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2008), 18 secs
In the years following the landmark study from the Institute of Medicine, To Error is Human, regulatory agencies and professional organizations have developed protocols and standards to reduce mistakes and enhance patient safety. While progress has been made, medical errors continue to be a leading cause of death....
produced by Medcom, in Medical Errors, Part 1 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2008), 18 secs
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Medical Errors, Part 1, New Approaches to an Old Problem: Procedure Questions
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produced by Medcom, in Medical Errors, Part 1 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2008), 2 mins
In the years following the landmark study from the Institute of Medicine, To Error is Human, regulatory agencies and professional organizations have developed protocols and standards to reduce mistakes and enhance patient safety. While progress has been made, medical errors continue to be a leading cause of death....
produced by Medcom, in Medical Errors, Part 1 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2008), 2 mins
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Medical Errors, Part 1, New Approaches to an Old Problem: Reporting System
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produced by Medcom, in Medical Errors, Part 1 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2008), 1 min
In the years following the landmark study from the Institute of Medicine, To Error is Human, regulatory agencies and professional organizations have developed protocols and standards to reduce mistakes and enhance patient safety. While progress has been made, medical errors continue to be a leading cause of death....
produced by Medcom, in Medical Errors, Part 1 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2008), 1 min
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Medical Errors, Part 1, New Approaches to an Old Problem: Safety Training
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produced by Medcom, in Medical Errors, Part 1 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2008), 19 secs
In the years following the landmark study from the Institute of Medicine, To Error is Human, regulatory agencies and professional organizations have developed protocols and standards to reduce mistakes and enhance patient safety. While progress has been made, medical errors continue to be a leading cause of death....
produced by Medcom, in Medical Errors, Part 1 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2008), 19 secs
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Medical Errors, Part 1, New Approaches to an Old Problem: Standardized Safety Procedures
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produced by Medcom, in Medical Errors, Part 1 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2008), 30 secs
In the years following the landmark study from the Institute of Medicine, To Error is Human, regulatory agencies and professional organizations have developed protocols and standards to reduce mistakes and enhance patient safety. While progress has been made, medical errors continue to be a leading cause of death....
produced by Medcom, in Medical Errors, Part 1 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2008), 30 secs
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Medical Errors, Part 1, New Approaches to an Old Problem: The Traditional Approach
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produced by Medcom, in Medical Errors, Part 1 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2008), 2 mins
In the years following the landmark study from the Institute of Medicine, To Error is Human, regulatory agencies and professional organizations have developed protocols and standards to reduce mistakes and enhance patient safety. While progress has been made, medical errors continue to be a leading cause of death....
produced by Medcom, in Medical Errors, Part 1 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2008), 2 mins
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