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Cullen A. Uitgeverij van Brug: The Hague, The Netherlands; 2019. ISBN: 9789065232236.
Patient stories offer important insights regarding the impact medical errors have on patients and their families. This book shares the author's experience with medical error and spotlights how lack of transparency in European health care can contribute to avoidable process failures that result in patient harm.
Understanding the knowledge gaps in whistleblowing and speaking up in health care: narrative reviews of the research literature and formal inquiries, a legal analysis and stakeholder interviews.
Mannion R, Blenkinsopp J, Powell M, et al. Health Services and Delivery Research. Southampton, UK: NIHR Journals Library; 2018.
Staff willingness to speak up about safety and process concerns enables organization and practice improvements that prevent patient harm. This review explores challenges to raising concerns in the National Health Service and discusses policies that support whistleblowers. Further research is needed to examine organizational failures when concerns are reported.
London, UK: Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman; July 18, 2016. ISBN: 9781474135764.
The National Health Service (NHS) has a history of sharing analyses of problems in its system. Summarizing an NHS investigation into the death of a 3-year-old boy, this report highlights the need to improve organizational culture, complaint follow-up, and transparency to reduce opportunities for similar incidents.
Manchester, UK: General Medical Council; November 2014.
Cardiff, UK: NHS Wales; April 2010.
This report provides insights from participants in the 1000 Lives Campaign on how patient stories can focus attention on safety improvements and drive commitment to change.
National Patient Safety Agency, the Medical Defence Union and Medical Protection Society. London, England: NPSA; 2005
This two-part report focuses on the experience of committing a medical error, along with strategies to reduce future events. The first part provides a series of shared stories from clinicians who discuss their personal experiences in making medical errors. The second part uses six case studies of errors as a background for expert analysis and discussion. The report also provides a motivation for reporting by explaining the benefits that come from such vigilance and how changing systems can lead to improved safety.