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  • Book

    Borkowski, N.

    Organizational behavior in health care

    2011 - Jones and Bartlett Publishers - Sudbury, Mass.

    In-text: (Borkowski)

    Your Bibliography: Borkowski, Nancy. Organizational Behavior In Health Care. Sudbury, Mass.: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2011. Print.

  • Journal

    Leistikow, I., Mulder, S., Vesseur, J. and Robben, P.

    Learning from incidents in healthcare: the journey, not the arrival, matters

    2016 - BMJ Quality & Safety

    In-text: (Leistikow et al. 252-256)

    Your Bibliography: Leistikow, Ian et al. "Learning From Incidents In Healthcare: The Journey, Not The Arrival, Matters." BMJ Quality & Safety 26.3 (2016): 252-256. Web.

  • Book

    Panesar, S. S., Carson-Stevens, A., Salvilla, S. A. and Sheikh, A.

    Patient safety and healthcare improvement at a glance

    In-text: (Panesar et al.)

    Your Bibliography: Panesar, Sukhmeet S et al. Patient Safety And Healthcare Improvement At A Glance. Print.

  • Journal

    Reason, J. T., Carthey, J. and de Leval, M. R.

    Diagnosing "vulnerable system syndrome": an essential prerequisite to effective risk management

    2001 - Quality and Safety in Health Care

    In-text: (Reason, Carthey and de Leval ii21-ii25)

    Your Bibliography: Reason, J T, J Carthey, and M R de Leval. "Diagnosing "Vulnerable System Syndrome": An Essential Prerequisite To Effective Risk Management." Quality and Safety in Health Care 10.Supplement 2 (2001): ii21-ii25. Web.

  • Journal

    Smaggus, A.

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

    2019 - BMJ Quality & Safety

    In-text: (Smaggus 667-671)

    Your Bibliography: Smaggus, Andrew. "Safety-I, Safety-II And Burnout: How Complexity Science Can Help Clinician Wellness." BMJ Quality & Safety 28.8 (2019): 667-671. Web.

  • Book

    Wachter, R. M. and Gupta, K.

    Understanding patient safety

    In-text: (Wachter and Gupta)

    Your Bibliography: Wachter, Robert M, and Kiran Gupta. Understanding Patient Safety. Print.

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