Choosing Your Words Carefully: How Physicians Would Disclose Harmful Medical Errors to Patients
Gallagher, Thomas H.
Garbutt, Jane M.
Waterman, Amy D.
Flum, David R.
Larson, Eric B.
Waterman, Brian M.
Dunagan, W. Claiborne
Fraser, Victoria J.
Archives of Internal Medicine 2006 August 14-28; 166(15): 1585-1593
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