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Studies on medical errors have increased in the world especially after 2000s. The main purpose of these studies is to increase the quality of health service and patient safety by discussing the causes of errors. Every year thousands of people lose their lives as a result of preventable medical errors and this ratio is among the top five among all deaths. In this context, it is possible to increase the quality of service by defining and reporting of Medical Errors, especially by preventing the factors causing evaluation and error.
In addition to demonstrating the importance of medical errors for patient and health personnel based on retrospective screening, clinicians, security experts, health policy makers, health informatics, medical faculties and accreditation bodies, multidisciplinary work underlining the awareness of researchers, patient advocates and financial institutions from multiple disciplines to boot.
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