Record number :
2460008
Title of article :
The Rise of Patient Safety-II: Should We Give Up Hope on SafetyI and Extracting Value From Patient Safety Incidents?; Comment on “False Dawns and New Horizons in Patient Safety Research and Practice”
Author/Authors :
Carson-Stevens ، Andrew - Cardiff University , Donaldson ، Liam London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine , Sheikh ، Aziz - University of Edinburgh
Pages :
4
From page :
667
To page :
670
Abstract :
Who could disagree with the seemingly common-sense reasoning that: “We must learn from the things that go wrong.”? Despite major investments to improve patient safety, relatively few evaluations demonstrate convincing reductions in risk, harm, serious error or death. This disappointing trajectory of improvement from learning from errors or Safety-I as it is sometimes known has led some researchers to argue that there is more to be gained by learning from the majority of healthcare episodes: the things that go right. Based on this premise, so-called Safety-II has emerged as a new paradigm. In this commentary, we consider the ongoing value of Safety-I based approaches and explore whether now is the time to abandon learning from “the bad” and re-energise data collection and analysis by focusing on “the good.”
Keywords :
Adverse Events , Preventable Harm
Journal title :
International Journal of Health Policy and Management
Serial Year :
2018
Link To Document :
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