Journal article

Case of the month': A novel way to learn from endoscopy-related patient safety incidents

S Ravindran, M Matharoo, T Shaw, E Robinson, M Choy, P Berry, J O'Donohue, CJ Healey, M Coleman, S Thomas-Gibson

Frontline Gastroenterology | Published : 2020


Patient safety incidents (PSIs) are unintended or unexpected incidents which can or do lead to patient harm. The Joint Advisory Group on Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (JAG) acknowledges that PSIs should be reviewed by endoscopy services and learning shared among staff. It is recognised that more could be done to promote shared learning as outlined by the JAG ‘Improving Safety and Reducing Error in Endoscopy’ strategy. The ‘Case of the month’ series aims to provide a broad selection of cases and subsequent learning that can be shared among services and their workforce. This review focuses on five case vignettes that highlight a variety of PSIs in endoscopy. A structured approach, based on incide..

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