Reactions to adverse events among Australian and Norwegian doctors
Aaraas, Ivar, Jones, Barbara, and Sen Gupta, Tarun (2004) Reactions to adverse events among Australian and Norwegian doctors. Australian Family Physician, 33 (12). pp. 1045-1046.
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Honest disclosure is emerging as the ideal approach toward adverse events, in contrast to the previous approach of concealing them.1 Nevertheless, errors and complaints still cause negative emotions and personal crises among doctors, making them the ‘second victims’.2–4 This can threaten doctors’ relationships with their patients, colleagues and themselves.
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