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2003Evaluation of two methods for quality improvement in intensive care: Facilitated incident monitoring and retrospective medical chart reviewBeckmann, U.; Bohringer, C.; Carless, R.; Gillies, D.; Runciman, W.; Wu, A.; Pronovost, P.
1995Comparative disposition of morphine-3-glucuronide during separate intravenous infusions of morphine and morphine-3-glucuronide in sheep: Importance of the kidneyMilne, R.; McLean, C.; Mather, L.; Nation, R.; Runciman, W.; Rutten, A.; Somogyi, A.
1996The Australian Incident Monitoring Study in intensive care: AIMS-ICU. An analysis of the first year of reporting.Beckmann, U.; Baldwin, I.; Hart, G.; Runciman, W.
2003Error, blame, and the law in health care - An antipodean perspectiveRunciman, W.; Merry, A.; Tito, F.
1996The Australian Incident Monitoring Study in Intensive Care: AIMS-ICU. The development and evaluation of an incident reporting system in intensive careBeckmann, U.; West, L.; Groombridge, G.; Baldwin, I.; Hart, G.; Clayton, D.; Webb, R.; Runciman, W.
2003A tragic death: a time to blame or a time to learn?Runciman, W.; Merry, A.
2006Shared meanings: preferred terms and definitions for safety and quality conceptsRunciman, W.
2001Improving patients' safety by gathering information - Anonymous reporting has an important roleRunciman, W.; Merry, A.; Smith, A.
2005Iatrogenic harm and anaesthesia in AustraliaRunciman, W.
2005Trauma: development of a sub-algorithmGriggs, W.; Morris, R.; Runciman, W.; Osborne, G.; Paix, A.