Lauren Bradbury

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A.E. Timms1, A.M. Crane1, A.-.M. Sims1, H. Cordell2, L. Bradbury1, O. Beynon1, G.R. Duff5, L.R. Cardon4, A. Calin3, P. Wordsworth1 , M.A. Brown1. 1Institute of Musculoskeletal Sciences, The Botnar Research Centre, Oxford, United Kingdom; 2Cambridge Institute of Medical Research, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge, United Kingdom; 3Royal National Hospital for(More)
The responses to disaster and death vary enormously, but there is much to suggest that they are not confined to those who are directly affected. The helpers, too, may be "victims" of the disaster, and it is important that their psychological needs are perceived and met. There is an indication that, if this is done, considerable psychological morbidity may(More)
BACKGROUND Adverse events are a significant quality and safety issue in the hospital setting due to their direct impact on patients. Additionally, such events are often handled by junior doctors due to their direct involvement with patients. As such, it is important for health care organizations to prioritize education and training for junior doctors on(More)
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