Voici une sélection d'articles sur l'excuse donnée au patient après une erreur médicale...
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Marchev M., Rosenthal J., Booth M. How States Report Medical Errors to the Public: issues and barriers, National Academy for State Health Policy, Report for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, october 2003
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Kronebusch K. Quality Information and Fragmented Markets: Patient Responses to Hospital Volume Thresholds, Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 2009 34(5):777-827
NPSA, Being sorry when things go wrong, communicating patient safety incidents with patients , their families and carers, 2009, rapport 13015
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Guide d’Annonce d’un dommage lié au soins, Mars 2011, HAS, sous la direction de Celine Schnebelen
Iedema R.; Allen; Sorensen S.; Gallagher T,.What Prevents Incident Disclosure, and What Can Be Done to Promote It? Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety, Volume 37, Number 9, September 2011 , pp. 409-417(9)