Readers panel. Open and honest about mistakes

Jebb, Paul; Tantam, Kate; Gayle, Elsie; Crumbie, Alison
January 2013
Nursing Standard;1/30/2013, Vol. 27 Issue 22, p26
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Will a contractual duty of candour improve patient safety?


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