Canada: Guidelines aim to cut medical errors
The Toronto Star, March 19, 2008
Experts are calling new guidelines released by the Canadian Patient Safety Institute a major step forward in quality healthcare. The guidelines encourage doctors to tell patients when there has been a close call or adverse event that has affected their healthcare.
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