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Dekker SWA. Cogn Technol Work. 2009;11:177-185.
Dekker SWA. Just culture: who gets to draw the line?. Cogn Technol Work. 2009; 11: 177-185
This commentary explores the just culture concept and how the assignment of accountability for acceptable and unacceptable actions can best promote justice and safety.
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In Conversation with...David Marx, JD
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