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Mistakes in Medicine

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Mark Siegler, M.D. (Lindy Bergman Professor; Director, MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics; University of Chicago-Pritzker School of Medicine) discussed research conducted in the area of medical mistakes or adverse events. Dr. Siegler presented the difference between mistakes/errors and injuries and the benefits to studying them; why medical mistakes are not discussed (limits of medicine, methodological limitations, psychological limitation, truth telling, and malpractice fears), and his own research entitled "The Prospective Study of Medical Error" an observational study.
DVD
1999
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)
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Understanding Errors in Medicine: A Prospective Study of Hospitalized Surgical Patients

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A study of the identification and handling of untoward events or clinical disagreements in the care of hospitalized surgical patients is presented and discussed.
DVD
1993
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)
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The Harvard Medical Practice Study: A Study of Adverse Events During Hospitalization, Including Epidemiology, Economic Impact, and Adequacy of Present System in Providing Compensation

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Dr. Hiatt, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and senior investigator of this study presents and discusses the results to date. Mr. Wadlington, professor of law at the University of Virginia responds to Dr. Hiatt.
DVD
1991
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)