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Case Study 2: Mysterious Reaction

This engaging activity aims to improve the practicing physicians' and other health care providers' knowledge about the types of medical errors that can occur and different methods of mitigating and/or preventing these events from occurring by utilizing The Joint Commission guidelines and standards pertaining to the National Patient Safety Goals. The activity is an interactive program that permits the participant to work on medical events by investigating and analyzing root causes and/or contributing factors to comprehend how medical errors can occur. These are the skills that can be utilized on a daily basis by health care providers to ensure safe patient care.

Sponsored by the Stanford University School of Medicine. Presented by the Department of Quality and Clinical Effectiveness at Stanford Health Care.

To help improve the quality of its educational content and meet applicable education accreditation requirements, the content provider will receive record of your participation and responses to this activity.

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