Assessing transfusion competency in junior doctors: a retrospective cohort study.
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AbstractThere is scope to further improve the safety of transfusion practice within the United Kingdom. This study aims to identify the current role of junior doctors in the transfusion process and to assess their competency to appropriately prescribe blood and blood products to patients.
CitationAssessing transfusion competency in junior doctors: a retrospective cohort study. 2014, 54 (1):128-36 Transfusion
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