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Rosenstein AH, O'Daniel M. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf. 2008;34:464-471.
This survey of clinicians and managers from more than 100 hospitals revealed that unprofessional behavior is common among both physicians and nurses. Respondents strongly agreed that disruptive behavior adversely affects patient safety and the quality of care, and the authors recommend various approaches that hospitals can implement to address communication and behavioral problems. A prior commentary discussed system-level solutions to addressing unprofessional behavior, and guidelines have been formulated to identify and address such issues. The concept of just culture has been proposed in order to maintain individual accountability for unsafe behaviors, while acknowledging that most errors occur as a result of system flaws.