Charlotte Millde-Luthander

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BACKGROUND Patient safety is fundamental in high quality healthcare systems but despite an excellent record of perinatal care in Sweden some children still suffer from substandard care and unnecessary birth injuries. Sustainable patient safety improvements assume changes in key actors' mental models, norms and culture as well as in the tools, design and(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate if a computer assisted learning programme could bring about a higher degree of individuals who correctly classified cardiotochography (CTG) recordings in a non-selected population of midwives and physicians. STUDY DESIGN A before and after study. SETTING Södersjukhuset, Stockholm, Sweden. SUBJECTS One hundred and thirty midwives(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of the study was to evaluate whether interpreting CTG pairwise brings about a higher level of correctly classified CTG recordings in a non-selected population of midwives and physicians. STUDY DESIGN A comparative study. SETTING Five delivery units in Stockholm and one delivery unit in Uppsala, with 1589, 3740, 3908, 4539, 6438, and(More)
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