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Copyright 2003 by the American College of Physicians.

1. Audet A, Weiner J for the American College of Physicians Ethics and Human Rights Committee. Medical residents, attendings, and mistakes. In: Snyder L, ed. Ethical Choices: Case Studies for Medical Practice. Philadelphia: American College of Physicians; 1996.

2. Drane, James F. Honesty in medicine: should doctors tell the truth. pp. 1-10.

3. Eisenberg, John M. The best offense is a good defense against medical errors. Agency for Healthcare Quality and Research. Jan 20, 2000.

4. Finkelstein D, Wu AW, Holtzman NA, Smith MK. When a physician harms a patient by medical error: ethical, legal, and risk-management considerations. J Clin Ethics 1997 Winter; 8(4):330-5.

5. Herrin VE for the American College of Physicians Ethics and Human Rights Committee. Do you need to talk to patients abut mistakes? ACP Observer. 2002; 22:1, 27, 30.

6. Ritchie J, Davies S. Professional negligence: a duty of candid disclosure? BMJ 1995; 310:888-9.

7. Snyder L, Brennan TA for the American College of Physicians Ethics and Human Rights Committee Meeting. Disclosure of errors and the threat of malpractice. In:Snyder L, ed. Ethical Choices: Case Studies for Medical Practice. Philadelphia:American College of Physicians; 1996.

8. Stewart MA Effective Physician-patient communication and health outcomes: a review. CMAJ 1995; 152:1423-33.

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