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The aim of this theme is to create safer systems for patients as they move along their care pathway.
The aim of this theme is to support more active, and safe, involvement of patients in their own care.
The aim of this theme is to identify deteriorating patients and ensure timely and appropriate clinical response.
The aim of this theme is to build on existing knowledge about medication error and create new evidence on the potential benefits and risks of technology.
The aim of this theme is to tackle the challenges related to diagnosis and decision making in primary care and in peri-operative situations.
The aim of this theme is to better understand the economic burden of avoidable harm and generate evidence on the cost-effectiveness of safety-related initiatives.