Mistakes are Judged by their Outcomes

     It’s been a long time now, since I was on my knees, praying that the  young woman lying crumpled in front of me on the street would keep breathing. Her face was a bloody mess of tangled, curly brown hair, broken teeth, and … Continue reading

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Eric Cropp, Medication Errors, and Pointing a Gun at Someone’s Head

    I received this article in a Tweet.  For those of you following my posts regarding pharmacist’s Eric Cropp’s sentencing and the criminalization of medication errors: Not a Wonderful Life: No George Bailey for Pharmacist Eric Cropp and his Patient Aftermath of the Eric Cropp … Continue reading

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