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Remediating doctors' performance to restore patient safety: A realist review

Project title: Remediating doctors' performance to restore patient safety: A realist review

Call to action: 17/06 17/06 Jan 2017 HS&DR Researcher-led (Evidence Synthesis)

Research type: Evidence Synthesis

Chief investigator: Dr Nicola BrennanORCID

Lead Author: Dr Nicola BrennanORCID

Contractor: University of Plymouth

Cost: £200,697.92

Co-investigators: Associate Professor Geoff Wong, Dr Linda Prescott-Clements, Dr Lyndsey Withers, Dr Thomas Gale, Professor Jennifer Cleland, Professor Julian Archer.

Started: April 2018 | Status: Published May 2021

PROSPERO registration: CRD42018088779

Remediation programmes can work when they develop doctors' insight and motivation, and reinforce behaviour change, along with correcting causal attribution, goal-setting, destigmatising remediation and clarifying consequences.

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