August 2016 Archives

Wrong-site, wrong-procedure, wrong-patient: welcome to the world of surgical errors, P.2

In our last post, we began speaking about the persistence of surgical errors despite efforts to prevent them. Wrong-site, wrong-procedure and wrong-patient errors are particularly concerning because of the serious impact they can have on the patients involved. 

Wrong-site, wrong-procedure, wrong-patient: welcome to the world of surgical errors, P.1

Getting a surgical procedure can be a nerve-racking experience for many people, not only because surgery has its own inherent risks, but also because most the public is aware of the fact that surgeons and other health care providers are not perfect and do occasionally make mistakes.

What is the relationship between clinical practice guidelines and standard of care?

In recent posts, we’ve been discussing cancer screening guidelines in the context of medical malpractice litigation. One important point to highlight in this discussion is that cancer screening guidelines do not, in and of themselves, constitute a standard of care.

Study highlights family physicians’ knowledge gap regarding lung cancer screening, P.2

In our last post, we looked briefly at a recent study which highlighted, at least to a small extent, the concern that family physicians may not have adequate knowledge of cancer screening guidelines, at least in the context of recommending effective screening for lung cancer.

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