Skip to Content
Skip to Navigation

The purposes of this online Error Disclosure faculty toolkit are: 

  1. To be an aid for helping faculty and instructors learn how to teach health professional students the fundamental process for disclosing errors to patients.
  2. To provide a packaged interprofessional team training session using error disclosure simulation/role-play as the vector by which health professional students can learn together to develop and improve team and communication skills.

The toolkit contains: 

The content was developed by the Macy grant team at the University of Washington, who were funded in 2008 to develop and integrate interprofessional team training into existing curriculum in the Health Sciences schools of Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy and the Physician Assistant Program. This training was piloted with a group of 20 students in June 2010 and rolled out to a group of 400+ students in March 2011. Planning committee:

If you have any comments and suggestions after using this curriculum, please let us know by completing the contact form.