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Wahlberg D, Treleven E. Wisconsin State Journal. November 3, 2006:A1.
This article reports on criminal charges brought against a nurse after she committed a medication error.
Journal Article > Study
Beaulieu MJ. MCN Am J Matern Child Nurs. 2009;34:18-23.
This study discovers that using selected failure to rescue process measures may help identify areas for improvement in perinatal care.
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Schrøder K, Lamont RF, Jørgensen JS, Hvidt NC. BJOG. 2019;126:440-442.
Medical errors can have emotional consequences for clinicians. This commentary emphasizes the importance of organizational support for second victims to ensure that these providers receive assistance from their colleagues to remain healthy and productive. The authors suggest that peer support programs are also required in organizations with blame-free cultures to support providers who feel guilt after an error.