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Identifying When, Why and How to Analyze and Learn from Deaths in Healthcare Settings

 
Each year more than 1,000 children and youth (0-19 years of age) die in Ontario, and some of these deaths offer opportunities to learn from the circumstances of the death. Understanding approaches and processes that could be used to enhance efforts to identify when, why and how to analyze and learn from child deaths is important for ensuring high-quality reviews of deaths.
Rapid synthesis: