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A Process for Rapid Learning: Sharing Experience When Things Go Wrong in Out of Hours Services.
Retford, Notts, UK: NHS Alliance; 2011.

This publication discusses an initiative to monitor errors and near misses in after-hours care in the United Kingdom and reviews lessons learned during its first year of implementation.

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