Am I my brother's keeper? A survey of 10 healthcare professions in the Netherlands about experiences with impaired and incompetent colleagues.
Weenink JW, Westert GP, Schoonhoven L, Wollersheim H, Kool RB. BMJ Qual Saf. 2015:24:56-64.
In this survey study, one-third of respondents reported an experience with an impaired or incompetentcolleague within the last year. One limitation to the survey findings was the low 28% response rate, but the authors note that even if all non-respondents had no such encounters, the results suggest at least 9% of health care professionals have dealt with impaired or incompetent colleagues.
GMC National Training Survey 2014: Bullying and Undermining.
Manchester, UK: General Medical Council; November 2014.
African Partnerships for Patient Safety: Lessons Learned
Shams B. Syed, MD, MPH AHRQ WEBMM [serial online]. December 2014
Explaining the unexplainable—the impact of physicians' attitude towards litigation on their incident disclosure behaviour.
Renkema E, Broekhuis MH, Ahaus K. J Eval Clin Pract. 2014;20:649-656.
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Conflict of interest, Dr Charles Denham and the Journal of Patient Safety.
Wu AW, Kavanagh KT, Pronovost PJ, Bates DW. J Patient Saf. 2014;10:181-185.