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The resources and recommended readings referred to in this component of the toolkit are listed in this section. A similar list is available for each component and a compilation of all the resources and readings referred to in all toolkit components is available here:

Alberta Health Services (AHS).  Appropriate Accountability Decision Support Tool. (Tool)

Canadian Patient Safety Institute (CPSI). Global Patient Safety Alerts. (Collection of alerts)

Canadian Patient Safety Institute (CPSI). Incident Analysis Learning Program. 2012. (Slides, webinar recordings)

Incident Analysis Collaborating Parties. Canadian Incident Analysis Framework. Edmonton, AB: Canadian Patient Safety Institute; 2012. (Guide, tools, 133 pages)

Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada (ISMP). ISMP Canada Safety Bulletins. (Collection of alerts)

The Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA). Choosing the best type of review. In: Learning from Adverse Events: Fostering a just culture of safety in Canadian hospitals and healthcare institutions. Ottawa, ON: CMPA; 2009. (Guide, 28 pages)

The Perley and Rideau Veteran’s Health Centre, Safety Incident Flow Chart (Guide, 1 page)

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ). AHRQ Web M&M: Morbidity and mortality rounds on the web. (Collection of cases)

Medically Induced Trauma Support Service, US. Staff support brochure. (Leaflet)

National Patient Safety Agency. Incident Decision Tree: Information and advice on use. 2003. (Tool, guide, 55 pages)

Recommended Readings:

Department of Health, Government of Western Australia. Clinical Incident Management Toolkit. Perth, WA: Western Australian Department of Health; 2011. (Toolkit, 94 pages)

Frank JR, Brien S, (editors) on behalf of The Safety Competencies Steering Committee. The Safety Competencies: Enhancing patient safety across the health professions. Ottawa, ON: Canadian Patient Safety Institute, 2008. (Guide, 56 pages)

Ministry of Health, New South Wales Government. Incident Management Policy. Sydney: Ministry of Health NSW; 2014. (Policy, 65 pages)

The Royal College of Emergency Medicine. Second Victims. 2013. (Guide, 10 pages)