In-Hospital Patient Adverse Events i brief has to be 8000 words long Australian research has suggested that around one in every 10 hospitalised patients suffers an adverse event or complication of care during their hospital stay. Most of these events or complications are minor with limited affect to patients but a small number have significant or catastrophic affect that can involve permeant disability and death. It has been estimated in some research that half of those complications are avoidable.
The Director of Clinical Governance in your health service wants a literature review completed of publications internationally that report on incidence of adverse events or complications to patients who are in hospitals (in-patients). You need to complete a standard or narrative literature review; include materials published within the last 10 years; include publications in both academic and the grey literature.
The Director wants a strong and comprehensive literature review completed that includes both the identifications of publications about adverse events or harm to patients in hospitals and also your review analysis on the findings in terms of your summary and analysis of the key information from those published results.
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