Mortality Review Groups are an essential part of routine clinical governance these days. They are successful thanks principally to the engagement of a large number of clinicians who are committed to improving patient care and so give up their time to attend the MRG meetings and present their specialty mortality reviews.
The detailed case note review that underpins this is undoubtedly a good way of detecting and learning from adverse events. However, it does…
- 25 Jan, 2019
- Kristian Low
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