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Transitional safety incidents as reported by patients and healthcare professionals in the Netherlands: A descriptive study.

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Summary of "Transitional safety incidents as reported by patients and healthcare professionals in the Netherlands: A descriptive study."

Care transitions between general practice and hospital are hazardous regarding patient safety. For developing an improvement strategy adjusted to local settings, understanding of type and potential causes of transitional safety incidents (TSIs) is needed.

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Name: The European journal of general practice
ISSN: 1751-1402
Pages: 1-8

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