The following general definition will provide a useful guide for studies drawing on the near miss
research perspective put forth here: a near miss
event is a situation that almost happened whereby the outcome of the event did not result in illness, injury, harm and/or any other negative outcome.
Prompting was frequent and reporting was possibly complete in tertiary and district hospitals, where near misses
were exceptional events.
A total of 594 women with potentially life threatening conditions were identified, of which 58 were near miss
cases and one case of maternal death.
The results of the current study support previous evidence of potential characteristics of problem gambling in an underage population (Hardoon & Derevensky, 2002; National Research Council, 1999) and extend this concern to an even younger population by demonstrating that children differentiated ratings of outcomes indicating that children between the ages of 5 and 10 discriminate a near miss
when playing an arcade game similar to roulette.
In 2009 the world health organization published a consensus on maternal near miss
definition and set criteria for case identification8.
Tjerk van der Schaaf identified the essential elements of a good near miss
, which were applied to this construction project.
The near miss
incident had no precise details on how close the two planes really were at the runway.
maternal morbidity and maternal mortality at Kathmandu Medical College Teaching Hospital.
Maternal near miss
case is defined as "a woman who nearly died but survived a complication that occurred during pregnancy, childbirth, or within 42 days of termination of pregnancy" .
The UK Airprox Board report says the incident has been rated the most serious category for a near miss
The near miss
incident recognition, reporting, investigation, and remedial action (NEMIRR) program offers management the opportunity to assess all near miss
incidents to determine which near miss
incidents warrant a full investigation and to eliminate the source of the problem before it results in loss to people, plant, or property.
"I thought it was a near miss
because from the ground it looked like they were really close to each other."
In games of skill, a near miss
can mean you're improving.
Pilots on the Sea King rescue helicopter had just launched from RAF Boulmer and were hovering just below the cloud line when they were caught up in a near miss
These individuals may be less likely to actually report an injury or near miss
if they self-selected into the potentially higher risk jobs due to the expectations they hold of the work.