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Learning from International Networks about Errors and Understanding Safety in Primary Care (LINNEAUS Euro-PC)

The LINNEAUS Euro-PC collaboration is a co-ordination action funded by the European Union Framework 7 programme. The main focus of the co-ordination action is to build a network of researchers and practitioners working on patient safety in primary care the European Union.

Through building a network of researchers into a pan European network, this co-ordination action will extend the current knowledge and experience from countries where the importance of patient safety is nationally recognised, to countries where it is less developed, ensure that there is an appropriate focus on primary care and encourage co-operation and collaboration for future interventions through large scale trials. The project is organised into Work Packages, with different Partners leading on these.

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European Journal of General Practice

Volume 21, Supplement 1, 2015

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Researching patient safety in primary care: Now and in the future
Charles Vincent & Aneez Esmail
pages 1-2


Developing a research agenda for patient safety in primary care. Background, aims and output of the LINNEAUS collaboration on patient safety in primary care
Aneez Esmail, Jose M. Valderas, Wim Verstappen, Maciek Godycki-Cwirko & Michel Wensing
pages 3-7


Reducing diagnostic errors in primary care. A systematic meta-review of computerized diagnostic decision support systems by the LINNEAUS collaboration on patient safety in primary care
Martine Nurek, Olga Kostopoulou, Brendan C Delaney & Aneez Esmail
pages 8-13


Improving medication safety in primary care. A review and consensus procedure by the LINNEAUS collaboration on patient safety in primary care
Miriam Lainer, Anna Vögele, Michel Wensing & Andreas Sönnichsen
pages 14-18


Good practice statements on safe laboratory testing: A mixed methods study by the LINNEAUS collaboration on patient safety in primary care
Paul Bowie, Eleanor Forrest, Julie Price, Wim Verstappen, David Cunningham, Lyn Halley, Suzanne Grant,Moya Kelly & John Mckay
pages 19-25


Measurement tools and process indicators of patient safety culture in primary care. A mixed methods study by the LINNEAUS collaboration on patient safety in primary care
Dianne Parker, Michel Wensing, Aneez Esmail & Jose M Valderas
pages 26-30


Quality indicators for patient safety in primary care. A review and Delphi-survey by the LINNEAUS collaboration on patient safety in primary care
Eva Frigola-Capell, Clara Pareja-Rossell, Montse Gens-Barber, Glòria Oliva-Oliva, Fernando Alava-Cano,Michel Wensing & Josep Davins-Miralles
pages 31-34


Developing a patient safety incident classification system for primary care. A literature review and Delphi-survey by the LINNEAUS collaboration on patient safety in primary care
Kerstin Klemp, Susan Dovey, Jose M Valderas, Julia Rohe, Maciek Godycki-Cwirko, Phillip Elliott, Martin Beyer, Ferdin M. Gerlach & Barbara Hoffmann
pages 35-38


A safety incident reporting system for primary care. A systematic literature review and consensus procedure by the LINNEAUS collaboration on patient safety in primary care
Kerstin Klemp, Dorien Zwart, Jørgen Hansen, Torben Hellebek, Dagmar Luettel, Wim Verstappen, Martin Beyer, Ferdin M. Gerlach, Barbara Hoffmann & Aneez Esmail
pages 39-44


Patient safety and the control of time in primary care: A review of the French tempos framework by the LINNEAUS collaboration on patient safety in primary care
Jean Brami, René Amalberti & Michel Wensing
pages 45-49


Patient safety improvement programmes for primary care. Review of a Delphi procedure and pilot studies by the LINNEAUS collaboration on patient safety in primary care
Wim Verstappen, Sander Gaal, Aneez Esmail & Michel Wensing
pages 50-55


Involving patients in patient safety programmes: A scoping review and consensus procedure by the LINNEAUS collaboration on patient safety in primary care
Hans Trier, Jose M Valderas, Michel Wensing, Helle Max Martin & Jonas Egebart
pages 56-61


Patient safety initiatives in Central and Eastern Europe: A mixed methods approach by the LINNEAUS collaboration on patient safety in primary care
Maciek Godycki-Cwirko, Aneez Esmail, Susan Dovey, Michel Wensing, Dianne Parker, Anna Kowalczyk,Honorata Błaszczyk & Katarzyna Kosiek
pages 62-68


First experiences with patient safety initiatives in Greek rural primary care. Action research by the LINNEAUS collaboration on patient safety in primary care
Yannis Skalkidis, Arezina Manoli, Drosos Evagelos, Trikoilis Nikolaos, Zafiria Sekeri, Fotini Dantsi, Michel Wensing & Aneez Esmail
pages 69-71

 

A research agenda on patient safety in primary care. Recommendations by the LINNEAUS collaboration on patient safety in primary care
Wim Verstappen, Sander Gaal, Paul Bowie, Diane Parker, Miriam Lainer, Jose M. Valderas, Michel Wensing &Aneez Esmail
pages 72-77

 

  

Frankfurt Conference Presentations

A Series of Presentations on the importance of Safety in Primary Care, Safety Culture, Diagnostic Error and the Epidemiology and Prevention of Medication Error.

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LINNEAUS EURO-PC is a project funded by the European Union Framework 7 programme (2008-12) within theme 1: Co-operation and Health.