[The culture of "useful error" in health care establishments: impact of morbidity and mortality conferences (MMCs)].


Since the publication of the Institute of Medicine's report, "To Err is Human", in 1999, patient safety has become an economic and political objective. The notion of safety involves willingness and initiation of measures to reduce or eliminate errors leading to preventable adverse events. Morbidity and mortality conferences are useful tool to improve local… (More)


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