Topical Question of Postgraduate Education of Anesthesiologists: is There a Need to Introduce Techniques of Crisis Management?

Yu.A. Ploschenko

Abstract


The article deals with the discussion of the understudied issue of postgraduate education of anesthesiologists — introduction of the concept of crisis management in anesthesiology to minimize possible errors in practice. Anesthesiology and intensive care is seen as a system in which the main factor of increased risk is human error, and therefore, the system of training and personnel management should be carried out in line with other highly hazardous industries, such as aviation and astronautics.


Keywords


medical error; complications; crisis management

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-0586.6.53.2013.88735

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