World Patient Safety Day

 

 

 

World Patient Safety Day is being celebrated for the first time today on 17 September 2019. Events are being held around the world to raise awareness of the need to establish patient safety as a global health priority. The day brings stakeholders together in an effort to reduce the unintended harm caused by healthcare.

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