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Identifying drivers for improvement using a mixed methods analysis of pediatric vaccine-related safety incidents from England and Wales (2003-2013)

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P. Rees ,

Institute of Primary Care and Public Health, Cardiff, UK
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A. Edwards,

Cochrane Institute of Primary Care and Public Health, Cardiff, UK
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C. Powell,

Institute of Molecular & Experimental Medicine, Cardiff, UK
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S. Panesar,

Centre for Population Health Sciences, Edinburgh, UK
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H. Evans,

Cochrane Institute of Primary Care and Public Health, Cardiff, UK
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B. Carter,

Cochrane Institute of Primary Care and Public Health, Cardiff, UK
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H. Williams,

Cochrane Institute of Primary Care and Public Health, Cardiff, UK
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P. Hibbert,

Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Sydney, AU
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D. Luff,

Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, MA/US
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G. Parry,

Institute for Healthcare Improvement, Boston, MA/US
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A. Carson-Stevens

Cochrane Institute of Primary Care and Public Health, Cardiff, UK
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How to Cite: Rees, P., Edwards, A., Powell, C., Panesar, S., Evans, H., Carter, B., Williams, H., Hibbert, P., Luff, D., Parry, G. and Carson-Stevens, A., 2015. Identifying drivers for improvement using a mixed methods analysis of pediatric vaccine-related safety incidents from England and Wales (2003-2013). Annals of Global Health, 81(1), p.198. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1016/j.aogh.2015.02.955
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Published on 12 Mar 2015.
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