In this chapter we analyze the working of a Transitional Incident Prevention Program (TIPP) designed to improve the safety of patients during their transition between primary and hospital care.
We systematically describe what the TIPP entails and how its elements link to the outcomes of the program achieved so far (Mayne 2010, Dixon-Woods 2011).

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de Bont, A.A, & Zwart, D.L.M. (2017). Can an elephant crack a nut with a sledge hammer?. In Karina Aase, Justin Waring, Lene Schibevaag (eds.) Researching quality in care transitions: International perspectives, Springer International Publishing, 2017 (pp. 223–237). doi:10.1007/978-3-319-62346-7_12