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Journal Article > Study
Medical error identification, disclosure, and reporting: do emergency medicine provider groups differ?
Hobgood C, Weiner B, Tamayo-Sarver JH. Acad Emerg Med. 2006;13:443-451.
The investigators had physicians, nurses, and emergency medical technicians review 10 vignettes illustrating error. They found variances between the three groups in identification of error and the likelihood of disclosure and reporting.
Journal Article > Commentary
Kahn JS. JAMA. 2015;313:2427-2428.
Being accountable for errors and working to learn from them is key to improving patient safety. This commentary describes a physician's reactions following a medication ordering error that resulted in temporary patient harm, steps taken to report the error, how the incident was used as a teaching point for team members, and the patient's positive response to the physician's disclosure and apology.
Lantz F. WBUR. August 15, 2017.
Partnerships between physicians and patients can yield important outcomes that support safety improvements. This radio segment reports insights from both the patient and clinician involved in an adverse event and how this incident launched an organization that focuses on support for patients and clinicians that have been affected by medical errors.