Random safety audits in the neonatal unit.

Abstract

BACKGROUND Random safety audits have been shown to be effective in improving standards of practice in high-risk industries. They are process audits rapidly performed during real-time clinical activity, with immediate feedback, allowing for immediate change of practice. AIM Based on a concept described by the Vermont-Oxford Network, we aimed to introduce… (More)
DOI: 10.1136/adc.2007.131052

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@article{Lee2009RandomSA, title={Random safety audits in the neonatal unit.}, author={Lleona Lee and Sandhya R Girish and Else van den Berg and Andrea N. Leaf}, journal={Archives of disease in childhood. Fetal and neonatal edition}, year={2009}, volume={94 2}, pages={F116-9} }