How Trainees Would Disclose Medical Errors: Educational Implications for Training Programmes
White, Andrew A
Bell, Sigall K
Krauss, Melissa J
Dunagan, W Claiborne
Fraser, Victoria J
Larson, Eric B
Gallagher, Thomas H
Medical education 2011 Apr; 45(4): 372-80
The disclosure of harmful errors to patients is recommended, but appears to be uncommon. Understanding how trainees disclose errors and how their practices evolve during training could help educators design programmes to address this gap. This study was conducted to determine how trainees would disclose medical errors.
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