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|Title: ||An analysis of the culture in Ireland on open disclosure following adverse events in healthcare [thesis] by Ann Duffy|
|Other Titles: ||A dissertation submitted as partial fulfilment of the Degree of Master of Science in Healthcare (Risk Management and Quality) with the Department of Forensic and Legal Medicine, School of Medicine and Medical Sciences, University College Dublin.|
|Affiliation: ||State Claims Agency, Clinical Indemnity Scheme|
|Publisher: ||University College Dublin|
|Issue Date: ||Feb-2012 |
|Description: ||The aim of this thesis was to establish the culture in Ireland on open disclosure following adverse
events in healthcare.
A number of areas were examined from the patient’s and healthcare team’s perspectives. The
barriers / constraints to open disclosure, the extent of policies, procedures or guidelines that are
available for staff to consult with, inclusive of how they are implemented, harvested valuable insight.
The supports available for healthcare staff following an adverse event and patients’ expectations
after such an event are also encompassed to include the relationship open disclosure has on
concerns regarding litigious intent.|
HEALTH SERVICES AND THEIR MANAGMENT
|Appears in Collections: ||Theses|
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