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“Cooling Off Period”? Like Patients Who Have Been Harmed Should?

I’m definitely with healthcare leaders that believe in apologies, transparency, and compassion following medical errors.  It is an integral part of healing, helps improve patient safety, and we owe it to our patients.  I also believe it demonstrates ownership which … Continue reading

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Why Don’t They Listen? Part IV-Some Solutions

by Beth Boynton and Jim Murphy (Scroll to bottom of post for links to parts I, II, and III) More and more “Listening” is becoming a hot topic in leadership circles and patient safety initiatives.   In the news, there is evidence of the … Continue reading

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Why Don’t They Listen? A Universal Problem-Part III: Some Answers!

Some Answers to the Question:   Why Don’t They Listen? Jim Murphy & Beth Boynton There are many reasons why “they don’t listen”.   In the case of a child or student, there could be a development disorder.   In many settings people become too distracted – increasingly … Continue reading

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