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Journal Article > Commentary
Addiss DG, Amon JJ. Health Hum Rights. 2019;21:19-32.
Although disclosure and apology for mistakes in medical care are recommended, less is known about use of such approaches for overarching system failures. This commentary explores the use of apology in global health programs. The authors use case studies to highlight ethical, legal, and human rights principles that can be challenged when intervention design and implementation result in unintentional harm.
Journal Article > Review
Elmontsri M, Banarsee R, Majeed A. JRSM Open. 2018;9:2054270418786112.
Health care safety is a global concern. This review examined the literature on improvement experience from developed countries and identified common themes. The authors recommend a patient-centered, systems-oriented approach built on leadership, teamwork, transparency, and communication as key elements for effectively implementing improvement efforts in developing countries.