Clinical Risk Management in Primary Care is a practical guide based on the Medical Protection Society's experience of carrying out risk assessments, general consultancy, education and training within primary care. Each year almost one million NHS patients in England suffer an adverse outcome. Half of these incidents are preventable. Clinical risk management is about the identification, measurement and management of risk. This book deals with each of these aspects by describing many of the risks that are encountered, setting them in context and providing advice and practical tools to enable the reader to manage those risks more effectively. It will be a useful tool for all healthcare professionals, members of the Medical Protection Society, trainers and legal professionals working within primary care.18 EUROASPIRE 1 and 11 Group (2001) Clinical reality of coronary prevention guidelines: a comparison of EUROASPIRE 1 and 1 1 in nine ... 2 1 Medical Protection Society (2001 ) Common Problems: managing the risks in general practice. MPS ... 28 Haynes R, McKibbon A and Kanani R ( 1 996) Systematic review ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Clinical Risk Management in Primary Care|
|Author||:||Keith Haynes, Malcolm Thomas|
|Publisher||:||Radcliffe Publishing - 2005|