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New Insights Into Apology and Disclosure Programs, April 2019
Dr. Schulz Moore is the Director of Learning and Teaching at the University of New South Wales Faculty of Law and an Associate with the University of New South Wales School of Public Health and Community Medicine. Her research in health law draws from her unique training in public health, law, and health social sciences. We spoke with her about disclosure and apology in health care as well as the intersection between health and legal systems in Australia, New Zealand, and the United States.
Journal Article > Commentary
Ost S. J Med Ethics. 2019;45:151-155.
Labeling medical negligence as a criminal act can affect transparency and disclosure behaviors across professional health care communities. This commentary discusses two high-profile cases from the United Kingdom to explore the appropriateness of assigning criminality in either instance—one centered on human error that contributed to the death of a child and the other involved negligent actions but resulted in no permanent patient harm.