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Experiences and perceptions of healthcare stakeholders in disclosing errors and adverse events to historically marginalized patients.

Olazo K, Gallagher TH, Sarkar U. Experiences and perceptions of healthcare stakeholders in disclosing errors and adverse events to historically marginalized patients. J Patient Saf. 2023;19(8):547-552. doi:10.1097/pts.0000000000001173.

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November 29, 2023
Olazo K, Gallagher TH, Sarkar U. J Patient Saf. 2023;19(8):547-552.
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Marginalized patients are more likely to experience adverse events and it is important to encourage effective disclosure to reinforce and reestablish trust between patients and providers. This qualitative study involving clinicians and patient safety professionals explored challenges responding to and disclosing errors involving historically marginalized patients. Participants identified multilevel challenges, including fragmentation of care and patient mistrust as well a desire for disclosure training and culturally appropriate disclosure toolkits to support effective error disclosure.

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Olazo K, Gallagher TH, Sarkar U. Experiences and perceptions of healthcare stakeholders in disclosing errors and adverse events to historically marginalized patients. J Patient Saf. 2023;19(8):547-552. doi:10.1097/pts.0000000000001173.

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