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The teachable moment.
Guilty, afraid, and alone--struggling with medical error.
Inviting patients to read their doctors' notes: a quasi-experimental study and a look ahead.
How trainees would disclose medical errors: educational implications for training programmes.
A piece of my mind. Let's show patients their mental health records.
Microethics: the ethics of everyday clinical practice.
Patient Access to Online Visit Notes: Perceptions of Doctors and Patients at an Urban HIV/AIDS Clinic.
Opening Residents' Notes to Patients: A Qualitative Study of Resident and Faculty Physician Attitudes on Open Notes Implementation in Graduate Medical Education.
Wisdom in Medicine: What Helps Physicians After a Medical Error?
When Patients Teach.
Soliciting Patient Feedback on Visit Notes: An Educational Opportunity.
Clinicians' strategies for managing their emotions during difficult healthcare conversations.
Patients as Partners in Learning from Unexpected Events.
When doctors share visit notes with patients: a study of patient and doctor perceptions of documentation errors, safety opportunities and the patient-doctor relationship.
Transparency When Things Go Wrong: Physician Attitudes About Reporting Medical Errors to Patients, Peers, and Institutions.
Increasing Patient-Clinician Concordance About Medical Error Disclosure Through the Patient TIPS Model.
Open Notes in Teaching Clinics: A Multisite Survey of Residents to Identify Anticipated Attitudes and Guidance for Programs.
Speaking up about care concerns in the ICU: patient and family experiences, attitudes and perceived barriers.
The Views and Experiences of Clinicians Sharing Medical Record Notes With Patients.
Physician Patient Relations