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Leape, L.L., Fromson, J, Problem doctors: Is there a system-level solution? Ann Int Med, 2006, 144:1-8
Leape, L.L. and Berwick, D.M., Five years after “To Err Is Human”, What have we learned? JAMA, 2005, 293:2384-2390
Leape, L.L., Ethical Issues In Patient Safety. In Sade, R., ed, Ethics in Thoracic Surgery, Thoracic Surgery Clinics, 2005, 15:493-501
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Leape, L.L., Human factors meets health care: The ultimate challenge. Ergonomics in Design, 2004, Summer: 6-12.
Leape, L. L., Making health care safe: Are we up to it? (Gross Lecture), J. Ped Surg, 2004, 39:258-266
Leape, L.L., Weissman, J.M., Schneider, E.C., et al. Adherence to practice guidelines: The role of specialty society guidelines, Amer. Heart Jnl, 2003, 145:19-26.
Leape, L.L., Reporting of adverse events, New Engl J. Med, 2002, 347:1633-8.
Leape, L.L., Berwick, D.M., Bates, D.W., What Practices Will Most Improve Safety? Evidence-based Medicine Meets Patient Safety. JAMA, 2002, 288:501-507.
Leape, L.L., Institute of Medicine Medical Error Figures Are Not Exaggerated, JAMA, 2000; 284:95.
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Leape, L.L. and Berwick, D.M., Safe health care: Are we up to it? BMJ 2000;320:725-726.
Leape, L.L., Park, R.E., Bashore, T.M., et al. Effect of variability in the interpretation of coronary angiograms on the appropriateness of use of coronary revascularization procedures. Am Heart J, 2000, 139:107-113
Leape, L.L., Cullen, D.J., Clapp, M.D., et al. Pharmacist participation on physician rounds and adverse drug events in the intensive care unit. JAMA, 1999, 282:267-270.
Lape, L.L., Why should we report adverse incidents? J Eval Clin Pract, 1999, 5:1-4e
Leape, L.L., Hilborne, L.H., Bell, R.H., et al. Underuse of cardiac procedures: Do women, minorities and the uninsured fail to receive needed revascularization? Ann Int Med, 1999, 130:183-192.
Leape, L.L., Woods, D., Hatlie, M., et al., Promoting patient safety by preventing medical error. JAMA, 1998, 280:1444-1447
Bates, D.W., Leape, L.L., Cullen, D.J., et al., Effect of computerized physician order entry and a team intervention on prevention of serious medication errors. JAMA, 1998, 280:1311-1313.
Leape, L.L., A systems approach to medical error. J Eval Clin Pract 1997, 3:
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Leape, L. L., Error in Medicine. JAMA, 1994, 272:1851-1857.
Leape, L. L., Hilborne, L. H., Park, R. E., et al. The appropriateness of use of coronary artery bypass graft surgery in New York state. JAMA, 1993, 269:753-760.
Leape, L. L., Brennan, T. A., Laird, N. M., et al. The nature of adverse events in hospitalized patients: Results from the Harvard Medical Practice Study II. New Engl J. Med, 1991, 324:377-384.
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