Everyday across the NHS, patients, their supporters and the professionals caring for them deal with the aftermath of healthcare harm and, on rare occasions, wrongdoing. Every healthcare system in the world confronts exactly the same problem, but none deal well with the aftermath of harm.
In this article published in the Journal of Patient Safety and Risk Management, Anderson-Wallace and Shale introduce a set of standards that aims to make the consequences less devastating for everyone.
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