Storytelling in risk management
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Storytelling in risk management

Anthony Scott Brown Research manager, Research and Development Directorate, Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust, Truro, UK

Anthony Scott Brown describes how his UK hospital trust has been able to train staff in the use of complex medical devices using vignettes

The safe and competent use of complex medical devices requires training for healthcare staff, and external assurance standards require hospital trusts to provide evidence of such training. This paper describes a novel, non-confrontational approach to obtaining this information, using syringe drivers as an example.

Nurse Researcher. 17, 3, 26-31. doi: 10.7748/nr2010.

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