Primum non nocere: first, do no harm
Saturday, July 2, 2016
Doing no harm is the prime concern of every paramedic, yet each year millions of people worldwide are harmed by care provided. Ian Peate discusses methods of reducing harm, including implementing ways of mitigating against threats to safety, education on the relationship between error and harm, and learning from mistakes.
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