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Responding to serious medical error in general practice—consequences for the GPs involved: analysis of 75 cases from Germany.

Fisseni G, Pentzek M, Abholz H-H. Responding to serious medical error in general practice--consequences for the GPs involved: analysis of 75 cases from Germany. Fam Pract. 2008;25(1):9-13.

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December 19, 2007
Fisseni G, Pentzek M, Abholz H-H. Fam Pract. 2008;25(1):9-13.
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Physicians were asked to voluntarily report the "most serious error" they had been involved in. Most reported that their patients still trusted them after the error, especially if the physician disclosed the error.

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Fisseni G, Pentzek M, Abholz H-H. Responding to serious medical error in general practice--consequences for the GPs involved: analysis of 75 cases from Germany. Fam Pract. 2008;25(1):9-13.

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