Doctors and nurses make thousands of deadly errors every year. They are reprimanded. Do they also deserve support?
by Sarah Kliff on March 15, 2016
Kim Hiatt had worked as a nurse for 24 years when she made her first medical error: She gave a frail infant 10 times the recommended dosage of a medication. The baby died five days later.
Hiatt’s mistake was an unnecessary tragedy. But what happened next was an unnecessary tragedy, too: Seven months after the error, Hiatt killed herself.
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