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Telling patients the truth: a systems approach to disclosing adverse events

Telling patients the truth: a systems approach to disclosing adverse events

Quality and Safety in Health Care 11(1): 7-8

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PMID: 12078375

DOI: 10.1136/qhc.11.1.7-a

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