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Patient assessments of a hypothetical medical error: effects of health outcome, disclosure, and staff responsiveness.
Cleopas A, Villaveces A, Charvet A, Bovier PA, Kolly V, Perneger TV. Qual Saf Health Care. 2006;15:136-141.
Is consent required for publication of medical errors?
Weisbaum K, Hyland S, Bernstein M. Healthcare Q. 2005;8:66-69.
Disclosing medical errors to patients: a challenge for health care professionals and institutions.
Levinson W. Patient Educ Couns. 2009;76:296-299.
Ashamed to admit it: owning up to medical error.
Ofri D. Health Aff (Millwood). 2010;29:1549-1551.
Error or "act of God"? A study of patients' and operating room team members' perceptions of error definition, reporting, and disclosure.
Espin S, Levinson W, Regehr G, Baker GR, Lingard L. Surgery. 2006;139:6-14.
Disclosure of patient safety incidents: a comprehensive review.
O'connor E, Coates HM, Yardley IE, Wu AW. Int J Qual Health Care. 2010;22:371-379.
Improving Patient Safety Through Simulation Research.
Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; June 2008.
When Things Go Wrong: Responding to Adverse Events.
A Consensus Statement of the Harvard Hospitals. Burlington: Massachusetts Coalition for the Prevention of Medical Errors; 2006.
In Conversation with…Gerald B. Hickson, MD.
AHRQ WebM&M [serial online]. December 2009.
Disclosing errors that affect multiple patients.
Chafe R, Levinson W, Sullivan T. CMAJ. 2009;180:1125-1127.
In Conversation with...Sorrel King
AHRQ WebM&M [serial online]. March 2007.
Coming clean on medical mistakes.
Talaga T, Cribb R. Toronto Star. March 19, 2007.
When doctors say, "We're sorry."
Eisenberg D. Time Magazine. August 15, 2005;166:50.
How surgeons disclose medical errors to patients: a study using standardized patients.
Chan DK, Gallagher TH, Reznick R, Levinson W. Surgery. 2005;138:851-858.
Disclosure of medical errors: ethical considerations for the development of a facility policy and organizational culture change.
Henry LL. Policy Polit Nurs Pract. 2005;6:127-134.
SPECIAL OR THEME ISSUE
Patient Safety Papers.
Baker GR, ed. Healthc Q. 2005;8:1-156.
Communication with patients, suffering severe, avoidable harm as a result of treatment.
Cornwell J. Saferhealthcare. April 26, 2007.
Standards, audits, and saying I'm sorry: an engineer's family proposes solutions.
Wojcieszak D. Patient Safety Qual Healthc. May/June 2005;2:6, 8-9.
Patients' concerns about medical errors during hospitalization.
Burroughs TE, Waterman AD, Gallagher TH, et al. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf. 2007;33:5-14.
Analysis of Australian newspaper coverage of medication errors.
Hinchcliff R, Westbrook J, Greenfield D, Baysari M, Moldovan M, Braithwaite J. Int J Qual Health Care. 2012;24:1-8.
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