Learning from serious incidents: headache


Our latest Learning from Incidents Summary looks at the case of a patient with a headache - which later proved to be a subarachnoid haemorrhage.

Learning from Incidents Summaries provide all the key facts from serious incident reports in an easy-to-ready, mobile-friendly format that be read anywhere, or downloaded as a PDF.

This latest summary outlines the details of a serious incident involving a woman whose history of headaches and neck pain contributed to a delay in getting a diagnosis of her subarachnoid haemorrhage.
The summary includes details of how the incident happened and the key lessons learned.

Learning from serious incidents case study: headache was a brain haemorrahage

Download as a PDF from the EAST24 website

Published November 19th 2019. 

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