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Handling clinical incidents

Handling clinical incidents

Nursing Management 28(9): 48b-48c, 48g-48h

Completing a clinical incident report (CIR) when an unexpected "event" occurs is the first step in identifying practice issues and potential risk management problems. The CIR's subsequent path is explained, including the role that the peer review process plays in identifying substandard care.

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Accession: 046211392

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PMID: 9335841

DOI: 10.1097/00006247-199709010-00003

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