Supporting the ‘second victim’ after a medical error

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Abstract

The consequences of a medical error are likely to provoke feelings of guilt and intense emotional distress in the ‘second victim’ - the clinician. Roger Kirby outlines some strategies to help the doctor cope and explains how colleagues can provide support by sharing the experience in a constructive and analytical way.

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