Professional monitoring and critical incident reporting using personal digital assistants

Onyebuchi A Arah
Med J Aust 2003; 178 (7): . || doi: 10.5694/j.1326-5377.2003.tb05242.x
Published online: 7 April 2003

To the Editor: The motivating article by Bent and colleagues1 is a most welcome addition to the literature of what works in the movement for performance improvement. We can hardly overemphasise the need to share knowledge on innovations (ie, what works and what does not work) in the quest for best quality and safety practices. However, to aid efficient lesson-drawing, we are inclined to look for more contextual information and levers in any quality-of-care interventions.

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