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But I told you she was ill! The role of families in preventing avoidable harm in children
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    Ryan's Rule - consumer / family escalation.

    Dear Editor,

    We read with interest your Editorial re the role of families in preventing avoidable harm in children (1).

    Many public hospitals in Queensland Health in Australia have now implemented Ryan's Rule. When Ryan's parents were worried he was getting worse they didn't feel their concerns were acted upon in time. It was subsequently established that Ryan died from likely preventable causes. Ry...

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