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Is it possible and worth keeping track of deaths within general practice? Results of a 15 year observational study
  1. B Beaumont,
  2. B Hurwitz

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    Aim: To assess the value of maintaining a death register in a general practice with particular reference to monitoring quality of care.

    Design of study: Observational study.

    Setting: Inner London general practice.

    Method: The practice maintained a manual death register, retained medical records of all deceased patients, and requested information on cause of …

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