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Risky Business - Systems and Culture

Post date: 13/04/2015

The information within this article was correct at the time of publishing. Last updated 14/11/2018

Common methods for improving safety often focus on the adverse outcomes of a situation. Here Erik Hollnagel, Professor at the Institute of Regional Health Research, argues the importance of learning from situations where a level of safety already exists.

Filmed at the Risky Business Conference in September 2014, hosted by Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital in partnership with MPS and BMJ.

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