Why do the best surgeons make the worst mistakes? Free

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Dr Anthony Giddings describes how even the most experienced surgeon can make mistakes. He argues that error is more often simply the result of systematic failure than a case personal negligence.  

This lecture was filmed at the "Patient Safety, Litigation Against Doctors and Gross Negligence" event at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date of lecture: 21st of April 2017

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