Conceptual framework for the international classification for patient safety version 1.1: final technical report January 2009
World Health Organization & WHO Patient Safety. (2010). Conceptual framework for the international classification for patient safety version 1.1: final technical report January 2009. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/70882
Portuguese version published by Ministry of Health, Portugal
The Romanian version is published by the Association Vehmed for Health, Romania
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