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Journal Article > Study
Noland CM, Carmack HJ. Qual Health Res. 2015;25:1423-1434.
This qualitative study examined narratives of nursing students' errors and found three common themes: "save the day" narratives (nurses recognize and mitigate physician errors), "silence" narratives (nurses do not disclose errors to patients), and "not always right" narratives (students were able to challenge supervisors). These narratives underscore the importance of a positive safety culture for identifying and mitigating errors in real time.
Journal Article > Commentary
Harrison EM. J Nurs Educ. 2014;53:356-361.
This commentary describes the design and implementation of an intervention to train nursing students in root cause analysis. The exercise involved having students assess adverse event scenarios to uncover contributing factors and develop strategies to reduce risks.