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Toward constructive change after making a medical error: recovery from situations of error theory as a psychosocial model for clinician recovery.

Harrison R, Johnson J, McMullan RD, et al. Toward constructive change after making a medical error: recovery from situations of error theory as a psychosocial model for clinician recovery. J Patient Saf. Epub 2022 May 25. doi: 10.1097/pts.0000000000001038

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August 10, 2022
Harrison R, Johnson J, McMullan RD, et al. J Patient Saf. 2022;18(6):587-604.

Providers who are involved in a medial error may experience a range of negative emotions and utilize a variety of coping mechanisms following the error. The authors update their 2010 systematic review on medical professionals’ coping with medical error and apply their Recovery from Situations of Error Theory (ReSET) model. The ReSET model provides a basis to develop and evaluate interventions to reduce feelings of distress and increase providers’ coping skills.

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Harrison R, Johnson J, McMullan RD, et al. Toward constructive change after making a medical error: recovery from situations of error theory as a psychosocial model for clinician recovery. J Patient Saf. Epub 2022 May 25. doi: 10.1097/pts.0000000000001038