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Standardisation and Its Discontents


, : Standardisation and Its Discontents. Cognition, Technology & Work 17(1): 89-94

NlmCategory="UNASSIGNED">In discussions of the quality and safety problems of modern, Western healthcare, one of the most frequently heard criticisms has been that: "It is not standardised." This paper explores issues around standardisation that illustrate its surprising complexity, its potential advantages and disadvantages, and its political and sociological implications, in the hope that discourses around standardisation might become more fruitful.

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PMID: 25667566

DOI: 10.1007/s10111-014-0299-6


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