Medical Error: What Do We Know? What Do We Do? / Edition 1by Marilynn M Rosenthal
Pub. Date: 06/17/2002
The information contained in Medical Error includes contributions from experts in the field who offer a comprehensive and constructive review of medical mishaps. The book provides a useful reference for students and practitioners who must examine and assess the critical area of patient safety. Throughout Medical Error the authors stress the critical need for accountability and transparency and address a number of compelling questions: Where are we mired in outdated approaches? Where have we misinterpreted data? Where are we getting new insights? Where do we dare to be innovative? This helpful resource will prove to be a valuable tool for health care professionals who strive to improve care for all their patients.
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Table of Contents
Foreword (Gilbert S. Omenn).
Preface (Marilynn M. Rosenthal and Kathleen M. Sutcliffe).
Setting the Stage.
1. What Have We Learned Since the Harvard Medical Practice Study? (David M. Studdert, Troyen A. Brennan, and Eric J. Thomas).
Error from the Perspective of Providers and Patients.
2. How Stress and Burnout Produce Medical Mistakes (Darrell A. Campbell Jr. and Patricia L. Cornett).
3. Medical Error in Primary Care (Michael D. Fetters).
4. Nurses and the "Code of Silence" (Beverly Jones).
5. The Patient's View of Medical Errors (Michael L. Millenson).
Approaches to Managing Error.
6. Error Management and Patient Safety: A Managed Care Competency (Derek van Amerongen).
7. Risk Management and Medical Errors (Margaret Copp Dawson, Ann P. Munro, Kenneth J. Appleby, and Susan Anderson).
8. Can Evidence-Based Medicine and Outcomes Research Contribute to Error Reduction? (Susan D. Horn, Joanne V. Hickey, Theresa L. Carroll, and Anne-Claire I. France).
Systems Models for Reducing Error.
9. The Reduction of Medical Errors Through Mindful Interdependence (Karl E. Weick).
10. Medical Errors: How Reliable Is Reliability Theory? (Paul R. Schulman).
11. Will Airline Safety Models Work in Medicine? (Eric J. Thomas and Robert L. Helmreich).
Where Do We Go From Here?
12. Struggling to Understand, Struggling to Act (Marilynn M. Rosenthal and Kathleen M. Sutcliffe).
Appendix One: A Collection of Definitions.
Appendix Two: A Collection of Web Site Information.
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