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Predictors of healthcare professionals’ attitudes towards family involvement in safety-relevant behaviours: a cross-sectional factorial survey study
Frequency of and predictors for withholding patient safety concerns among oncology staff: A survey study
Silence That Can Be Dangerous: A Vignette Study to Assess Healthcare Professionals’ Likelihood of Speaking up about Safety Concerns
Risk factors for patient-reported errors in eleven countries
Patient safety in general practice
Frequency of use and knowledge of the WHO-surgical checklist in Swiss hospitals: a cross-sectional online survey
Trade-offs between voice and silence: a qualitative exploration of oncology staff's decisions to speak up about safety concerns
A vignette study to examine health care professionals’ attitudes towards patient involvement in error
Safety climate and its association with office type and team involvement in primary care.
Predictors of health care professionals’ attitudes towards involvement in safety-relevant behaviours
'Saying it without words': a qualitative study of oncology staff's experiences with speaking up about safety concerns
Implementation status of error disclosure standards reported by Swiss hospitals
Effects of an educational patient safety campaign on patients’ safety behaviours and adverse events
Frequency of patient-reported infections among sicker adults in high-income countries: An international perspective
A Systematic Review of the Effectiveness, Compliance, and Critical Factors for Implementation of Safety Checklists in Surgery
Patientensicherheit - wen kümmert es?
Communication barriers in counselling foreign-language patients in public pharmacies: threats to patient safety?
Frequency of and Harm Associated With Primary Care Safety Incidents
Patient safety – who cares?
Second victim" - error, crises and how to get out of it