Medical errors: Germany opts for blame-free culture
This article was originally published in Clinica
A new German patient safety action group came into being on April 11 with the aim de-stigmatising hospital personnel for medical errors. Pointing the finger of blame should be secondary to learning from the mistakes, said the Aktionsbundnis Patientensicherheit.
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