Reflection on adverse event disclosure in the postsurgical hospital context.
Roberts F, Gettings P, Torbeck L, Helft PR. J Surg Educ. 2015 Apr 29; [Epub ahead of print].
Communication between surgeons and patients following an adverse event has received little attention. This commentary describes three elements that distinguish surgeon–patient communication from typical physician–patient encounters. The authors recommend that research efforts focus on the role of safety culture, the varying types of surgical settings, the impact of having a third party present during disclosure, and methods to help physicians develop skills for these conversations.
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