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Dental example: Learning when things go wrong

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Key question: safe?

Following an emergency in the local area close to the surgery, the practice responded by moving its automated external defibrillator (AED) to the outside wall of the premises.

Local residents welcomed this community resource.

Key line of enquiry (KLOE)

S2: How are lessons learned and improvements made when things go wrong?

See all the key lines of enquiry in our handbook for dental providers.

Last updated:
30 November 2017