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report

 [re-port´]
a prepared account of an event, investigation, or evaluation, usually for formal presentation to an authority or group.
accident report incident report.
case report a narrative in the professional literature that identifies a single incident and discusses pertinent factors related to the patient.
incident report a written document describing inadvertent trauma to a patient, errors or omissions in care, or untoward events happening to staff or visitors. Such a report should be filed as soon after the event as possible. Called also accident report.
shift report in the nursing interventions classification, a nursing intervention defined as exchanging essential patient care information with other nursing staff at change of shift.

in·ci·dent re·port

(in'si-dĕnt rē-pōrt')
Formal written description of an unusual occurrence, particularly an error or accident that has or may have adverse consequences.
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The incident report did not name the Chinese tourists involved in the accident.
The incident report said that nephrology consultant was called to examine the medical condition of the patient following the requests of the attendants and she advised urgent dialysis of the patient.
Our efforts to tackle patient safely in primary care have been enriched by lessons from our analysis of over 60000 patient safety incident reports. We have come to learn that the benefits of incident report analysis are supported by a structured analysis of free-text information about what happened, perceived contributory factors and actions to prevent future occurrences.
And contractors will worry that the department's reviewers will find their security measures "inadequate" when an assessment follows a breach and cyber incident report.
According to the Ethiopian hospital reform implementation guideline, an incident officer should be assigned to each hospital to receive and investigate all incident reports. The officer should investigate all reports received (ideally with the team leader of the ward where the incident came from) and should determine whether further action is necessary.
[3] Other methods used to assess AEs include incident reports, interviewing of healthcare providers, direct observation, external audits, confidential inquiries and complaints.
A spokesman said: "The trustees of the university filed a serious incident report with the Charity Commission, in compliance with their duties as charity trustees, regarding the impact of the suspension of the university's HTS licence.
Authorities have still not released the incident report for Brown's killing.
It won't hurt if you describe the intended use of your device clearly in your incident report by answering the following questions:
The information he provided in an FBI interview was described Thursday by two senior government officials as completely consistent with an incident report by the Blue Mountain security business, which had been hired to protect U.S.
A two-page incident report, a copy of which was obtained by Gulf News, is few in words yet stark in detail in describing the full horror facing firefighters and rescue personnel as they arrived on the scene on Monday morning's horrific bus and truck accident.
Several years ago, the National Motor Freight Traffic Association used the incident report summaries to argue that the freight classification of paint should be revamped, and while ACA was able to delay this action for almost four years, this higher freight classification was ultimately adopted.

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