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This commentary discusses second victims and describes how blame-free reporting and disclosure can minimize harm.
Minnesota Alliance for Patient Safety 2018 Conference: Reigniting our Passion for Safe Care.
Minnesota Alliance for Patient Safety. October 25–26, 2018; Minneapolis Marriott Northwest, Brooklyn Park, MN.
How well do incident reporting systems work on inpatient psychiatric units?
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Impact of high-reliability education on adverse event reporting by registered nurses.
McFarland DM, Doucette JN. J Nurs Care Qual. 2018;33:285-290.
The Psychiatry Morbidity and Mortality Incident Reporting Tool increases psychiatrist participation in reporting adverse events.
Kroll DS, Shellman AD, Gitlin DF. J Patient Saf. 2018;14:e51-e55.
Organizational response to known medical errors: does peer review protection impede improvement?
Wenner WJ Jr, Choi SW. Am J Med Qual. 2018;33:552-553.
Qualitative content analysis of coworkers' safety reports of unprofessional behavior by physicians and advanced practice professionals.
Martinez W, Pichert JW, Hickson GB, et al. J Patient Saf. 2018 Mar 15; [Epub ahead of print].
Trends in the prevalence of intraoperative adverse events at two academic hospitals after implementation of a mandatory reporting system.
Wanderer JP, Gratch DM, Jacques PS, Rodriquez LI, Epstein RH. Anesth Analg. 2018;126:134-140.
The HOSPITAL score predicts potentially preventable 30-day readmissions in conditions targeted by the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program.
Burke RE, Schnipper JL, Williams MV, et al. Med Care. 2017;55:285-290.
Unit-based incident reporting and root cause analysis: variation at three hospital unit types.
Wagner C, Merten H, Zwaan L, Lubberding S, Timmermans D, Smits M. BMJ Open. 2016;6:e011277.
Applied use of safety event occurrence control charts of harm and non-harm events: a case study.
Robinson SN, Neyens DM, Diller T. Am J Med Qual. 2017;32:285-291.
Chemotherapy errors: a call for a standardized approach to measurement and reporting.
Lennes IT, Bohlen N, Park ER, Mort E, Burke D, Ryan DP. J Oncol Pract. 2016;12:e495-e501.
The effects of power, leadership and psychological safety on resident event reporting.
Appelbaum NP, Dow A, Mazmanian PE, Jundt DK, Appelbaum EN. Med Educ. 2016;50:343-350.
Patient safety climate (PSC) perceptions of frontline staff in acute care hospitals: examining the role of ease of reporting, unit norms of openness, and participative leadership.
Zaheer S, Ginsburg L, Chuang YT, Grace SL. Health Care Manage Rev. 2015;40:13-23.
Evaluating inpatient mortality: a new electronic review process that gathers information from front-line providers.
Provenzano A, Rohan S, Trevejo E, Burdick E, Lipsitz S, Kachalia A. BMJ Qual Saf. 2015;24:31-37.
Should I report? A qualitative study of barriers to incident reporting among nurses working in nursing homes.
Winsvold Prang I, Jelsness-Jørgensen LP. Geriatr Nurs. 2014;35:441-447.
Sociocultural factors influencing incident reporting among physicians and nurses: understanding frames underlying self- and peer-reporting practices.
Hewitt T, Chreim S, Forster A. J Patient Saf. 2017;13:129-137.
Impact of a reengineered electronic error-reporting system on medication event reporting and care process improvements at an urban medical center.
McKaig D, Collins C, Elsaid KA. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf. 2014;40;9:398-407.
A cross-sectional analysis investigating organizational factors that influence near-miss error reporting among hospital pharmacists.
Patterson ME, Pace HA. J Patient Saf. 2016;12:114-117.
Adverse events in healthcare: learning from mistakes.
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Adverse drug event detection in pediatric oncology and hematology patients: using medication triggers to identify patient harm in a specialized pediatric patient population.
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National Patient Safety Alerting System.
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Uptake of quality-related event standards of practice by community pharmacies.
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Talking with patients about other clinicians' errors.
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The effect of an organizational network for patient safety on safety event reporting.
Jeffs L, Hayes C, Smith O, et al. Eval Health Prof. 2014;37:366-378.
Patient safety event reporting expectation: does it influence residents' attitudes and reporting behaviors?
Boike JR, Bortman JS, Radosta JM, et al. J Patient Saf. 2013;9:59-67.
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