Usability evaluation of an adaptation of the WHO classification for patient safety

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Usability evaluation of an adaptation of the WHO classification for patient safety. / Thommesen, Jacob; Mikkelsen, Kim Lyngby; Andersen, Henning Boje.

Proceedings from PSAM11 and ESREL 2012. 11th International Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management Conference and The Annual European Safety and Reliability Conference. Curran Associates, 2012.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2012

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Thommesen, J, Mikkelsen, KL & Andersen, HB 2012, 'Usability evaluation of an adaptation of the WHO classification for patient safety'. in Proceedings from PSAM11 and ESREL 2012. 11th International Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management Conference and The Annual European Safety and Reliability Conference. Curran Associates.

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Thommesen, J., Mikkelsen, K. L., & Andersen, H. B. (2012). Usability evaluation of an adaptation of the WHO classification for patient safety. In Proceedings from PSAM11 and ESREL 2012. 11th International Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management Conference and The Annual European Safety and Reliability Conference. Curran Associates.

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Thommesen J, Mikkelsen KL, Andersen HB. 2012. Usability evaluation of an adaptation of the WHO classification for patient safety. In Proceedings from PSAM11 and ESREL 2012. 11th International Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management Conference and The Annual European Safety and Reliability Conference. Curran Associates.

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Thommesen, Jacob, Kim Lyngby Mikkelsen, and Henning Boje Andersen "Usability evaluation of an adaptation of the WHO classification for patient safety". Proceedings from PSAM11 and ESREL 2012. 11th International Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management Conference and The Annual European Safety and Reliability Conference. Curran Associates. 2012.

Vancouver

Thommesen J, Mikkelsen KL, Andersen HB. Usability evaluation of an adaptation of the WHO classification for patient safety. In Proceedings from PSAM11 and ESREL 2012. 11th International Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management Conference and The Annual European Safety and Reliability Conference. Curran Associates. 2012.

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Thommesen, Jacob; Mikkelsen, Kim Lyngby; Andersen, Henning Boje / Usability evaluation of an adaptation of the WHO classification for patient safety.

Proceedings from PSAM11 and ESREL 2012. 11th International Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management Conference and The Annual European Safety and Reliability Conference. Curran Associates, 2012.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2012

Bibtex

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