Error identification, disclosure, and reporting: practice patterns of three emergency medicine provider types.

@article{Hobgood2004ErrorID,
  title={Error identification, disclosure, and reporting: practice patterns of three emergency medicine provider types.},
  author={Cherri D. Hobgood and Jipan Xie and Bryan Weiner and James Hooker},
  journal={Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine},
  year={2004},
  volume={11 2},
  pages={196-9}
}
OBJECTIVES To gather preliminary data on how the three major types of emergency medicine (EM) providers, physicians, nurses (RNs), and out-of-hospital personnel (EMTs), differ in error identification, disclosure, and reporting. METHODS A convenience sample of emergency department (ED) providers completed a brief survey designed to evaluate error frequency, disclosure, and reporting practices as well as error-based discussion and educational activities. RESULTS One hundred sixteen subjects… CONTINUE READING

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