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Audiovisual > Audiovisual Presentation
Washington, DC: Project Hope. November 6, 2018
To Err Is Human was released almost 2 decades ago and continues to influence a growing area of study aimed at improving health care and reducing medical error. This in-person and streaming event covered topics discussed in a special issue that explored progress since the report was released, new challenges, and success stories such as communication-and-resolution programs and the use of checklists.
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.
Audiovisual > Audiovisual Presentation
Health Services Research and the Health Research and Educational Trust. March 2, 2017.
Communication-and-resolution programs emphasize transparency and respect in discussions with patients and families following an adverse event. This webinar highlighted AHRQ-funded research and programs that explored the impact of communication-and-resolution programs and other strategies that focus on improving patient safety and reducing liability. Researchers from a recent special issue devoted to this work were featured speakers.
Coombes R. BMJ Podcast. June 1, 2012.
Goldman B. TEDxToronto. November 2011.
In this video, a physician describes his own mistakes and explains how a culture of blame inhibits error disclosure. He advocates redefining medical culture so clinicians can learn from errors.
The Empowered Patient Coalition; 2010.
This video series uses two real cases of patients who died due to preventable errors after elective surgery to illustrate fundamental concepts in patient safety and provide lessons for patients and families in engaging in their own care. The circumstances leading to the death of Lewis Blackman, one of the patients discussed in this video series, are discussed in more detail in a separate article that analyzes his death as an example of failure to rescue.
"The Early Show." CBS News Video. February 7, 2007.
This news video discusses the impact of apology on potential malpractice lawsuits and features a patient and her anesthesiologist discussing how apology helped them to overcome the psychological distress of medical error.
Cambridge, MA: CRICO; 2006.
This educational video shares patient and family perspectives on how medical error affected their lives.
Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; 2005.
This 25-minute training video illustrates how physicians can discuss and apologize for medical mistakes.
Partnership for Health and Accountability. Marietta, GA: Georgia Hospital Association Research and Education Foundation; 2004.
In this 55-minute video, a medical ethicist, a hospital risk manager, and two health care attorneys review three clinical vignettes involving medical error. The video also presents communication techniques that health professionals can use to show empathy when discussing error with patients and families.
Miller K. Daily Circuit. Minnesota Public Radio. January 30, 2013.
Bogdanich W. New York Times. January 24, 2010:A1.
First in a series on medical radiation, this news feature and accompanying video investigate patient deaths and injuries following mistakes related to radiation treatment. The journalists discuss the number of radiation therapy errors in New York and reveal that state law does not require public reporting of such mistakes.
Audiovisual > Meeting/Conference Proceedings
2005 Annual Patient Safety and Health Information Technology Conference: Making the Health Care System Safer through Implementation and Innovation.
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. June 6-10, 2005.
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) hosted the 2005 Annual Patient Safety and Health Information Technology Conference. Transcripts and slide presentations are available from the five-day event.