Detecting, correcting, and interrupting errors.

  • John W. Senders
  • Published 1995 in
    Journal of intravenous nursing : the official…
The author gives a brief introduction of some theoretical issues and suggests that understanding of errors made in medical settings could be improved by giving up the custom of blaming people who make errors and, instead, attempting to gather as much information as possible. A good database of errors that have not injured patients may help us avoid injury… (More)