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In Safe Hands 24-7 is a five-year national patient safety program. The aim of the program is to reduce preventable patient harm, establish lasting structures for patient safety and improve the patient safety culture in the health and care services. A group of health care experts have identified several target areas where the potential for clinical improvements is significant and possible interventions are proven effective.

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    Haug, Ola; Frigessi, Arnoldo; Scheel, Ida; Guttorp, Peter. Modelling and predicting residential water damage insurance claims in a climate change perspective. Konferanse, ISI 2015 60th World Statistics Congress; Rio de Janeiro, 26.07.2015 - 31.07.2015.

    Løland, Anders; Aldrin, Magne Tommy. Tallknuserne: Brann rykker opp kun tre av ti ganger. 2015. [Internet] 21.08.2015. Full-text 

    Løland, Anders; Aldrin, Magne Tommy. Nå er det bare 10 prosent sjanse for at Rosenborg ikke vinner serien. 2015. [Internet] 21.08.2015. Full-text 

    Habib, Kashif; Leister, Wolfgang. Threats Identification for the Smart Internet of Things in eHealth and Adaptive Security Countermeasures. In: The 7th IFIP International Conference on New Technologies, Mobility and Security (NTMS 2015). (ISBN 978-1-4799-8784-9). 2015.

    Skrede, Silje; Tvete, Ingunn Fride; Tanum, Lars; Steen, Vidar Martin; Bramness, Jørgen Gustav. Incident users of antipsychotic agents and future use of cholesterol-lowering drugs: An observational, pharmacoepidemiologic study. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (ISSN 0160-6689). 76(1) pp e111. doi: 10.4088/JCP.14m08996. 2015.

    Leister, Wolfgang; Christophersen, Nils Damm; Groven, Arne-Kristian; Tsiavos, Prodromos; Heggestøyl, Simen; Rødskog, Daniel. INF5780 Compendium Autumn 2015: Open Source, Open Collaboration and Innovation. Norsk Regnesentral, Oslo. NR-notat DART/03/2015. pp 190. 2015. Full-text 


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