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Is Disruptive Behavior Inherent to the Surgeon or the Environment? Analysis of 314 Events at a Single Academic Medical Center.

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Summary of "Is Disruptive Behavior Inherent to the Surgeon or the Environment? Analysis of 314 Events at a Single Academic Medical Center."

In 2009, the Joint Commission mandated a process to manage disruptive behavior, as evidence suggests it undermines a culture of safety. This process often reviews only the reporter's side of the story as the truth. In this study, we compared both reporter account (RA) and involved party (IP) responses to determine if disruptive behavior was inherent to the surgeon or the hospital environment and its relationship to patient safety.

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Name: Annals of surgery
ISSN: 1528-1140
Pages: 463-472

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