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Risk Management in Medicine

Author By : Walter Merkle
Genres : 2015, Medical
Publisher : Springer
ISBN-10 : 3662474069
Pages : 159
Chapters :
Publish Date : December 15, 2015
File Type : PDF
Language : English
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Quick Overview

This book emphasizes on the failures of mankind in the medicines. It has covered the complete information about the risks and how  you can cope up with them and  how the risks related to the medical context can be avoided? This book has highlighted the causes of the failures and the techniques to reduce them.  There is detailed information about the principles of the risk management has been mentioned to identify the other sectors like aviation.

Even the complete consideration has been given to the  risk management tools like crew management system, critical incident reporting system, team time out ,failure mode and effects analysis along with the observational teamwork assessment for the surgery.

It has relevant context starting from the why concept of the failure and the first steps of the failure theory along with the zero failure strategy. Following chapter explains about current view of German authorities including the laws and rights of the patients and risk factor in the hospitals. Further there is detail about the human behavior in the execution of the tasks including its causes , malpractices of the doctors or staff and even author has nailed the concept of successful strategies  for detecting and avoiding the failures in the hospitals in depth.

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