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Published on 12.08.14 in Vol 3, No 3 (2014): Jul-Sep

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Works citing "Clinical Utility of an Observation and Response Chart With Human Factors Design Characteristics and a Track and Trigger System: Study Protocol for a Two-Phase Multisite Multiple-Methods Design"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.3300):

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  1. Jones D, Bhasale A, Bailey M, Pilcher D, Anstey MH. Effect of a National Standard for Deteriorating Patients on Intensive Care Admissions Due to Cardiac Arrest in Australia. Critical Care Medicine 2018;46(4):586
  2. Elliott D, Allen E, McKinley S, Perry L, Duffield C, Fry M, Gallagher R, Iedema R, Roche M. User compliance with documenting on a track and trigger-based observation and response chart: a two-phase multi-site audit study. Journal of Advanced Nursing 2017;73(12):2892
  3. Cooper SJ, Kinsman L, Chung C, Cant R, Boyle J, Bull L, Cameron A, Connell C, Kim J, McInnes D, McKay A, Nankervis K, Penz E, Rotter T. The impact of web-based and face-to-face simulation on patient deterioration and patient safety: protocol for a multi-site multi-method design. BMC Health Services Research 2016;16(1)
  4. Elliott D, Allen E, Perry L, Fry M, Duffield C, Gallagher R, Iedema R, McKinley S, Roche M. Clinical user experiences of observation and response charts: focus group findings of using a new format chart incorporating a track and trigger system. BMJ Quality & Safety 2015;24(1):65