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Are healthcare providers 'second victims' of medical errors?

20:00 EDT 1 Apr 2019 | AAAS

(University of Kentucky) Four women with family members who died as a result of preventable medical error penned an editorial for The BMJ urging abandonment of the term 'second victims' to describe healthcare providers who commit errors.

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