Junior doctors' views on reporting concerns about patient safety: a qualitative study.
Hooper P, Kocman D, Carr S, Tarrant C. Postgrad Med J. 2015;91:251-256.
Junior doctors at a British hospital reported a willingness to help improve safety by reporting concerns, but described several barriers to doing so. These included an overall lack of a culture of safety, a cumbersome reporting process, and insufficient role modeling by more senior physicians.
Effects of patient safety culture interventions on incident reporting in general practice: a cluster randomised trial.
Verbakel NJ, Langelaan M, Verheij TJM, Wagner C, Zwart DLM. Br J Gen Pract. 2015;65:e319-e329.
Freedom to Speak Up: A Review of Whistleblowing in the NHS.
Francis R. London, UK: Freedom to Speak Up Review; February 2015.
Does employee safety matter for patients too? Employee safety climate and patient safety culture in health care.
Mohr DC, Eaton JL, McPhaul KM, Hodgson MJ. J Patient Saf. 2015 Apr 22; [Epub ahead of print].
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