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Organizational structure analysis of the Patient Safety Center in hospitals of the Sentinel Network.

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Summary of "Organizational structure analysis of the Patient Safety Center in hospitals of the Sentinel Network."

To analyze the organizational structure of the Patient Safety Centers.

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Name: Revista gaucha de enfermagem
ISSN: 1983-1447
Pages: e20180264

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