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A really stupid mistake: it does feel like a cop out to blame my error on human frailty, but I'm afraid that's exactly what it was.
Maskell G. BMJ. 2019;365:l1617.
Journal Article > Study
Does learning from mistakes have to be painful? Analysis of 5 years' experience from the Leeds radiology educational cases meetings identifies common repetitive reporting errors and suggests acknowledging and celebrating excellence (ACE) as a more positive way of teaching the same lessons.
Koo A, Smith JT. Insights Imaging. 2019;10:68.
Prior research has examined what factors may influence learning from mistakes. Researchers describe their analysis of more than 600 cases discussed at educational radiology conferences over several years. They were able to identify numerous opportunities for improving learning from error, including using positive cases (e.g., near misses or difficult cases in which extra effort helped avert an error) and targeting teaching to address recurrent deficiencies.