Perspectives on Safety—Approaching Safety Culture in New Ways
This month's interview features Mary Dixon-Woods, MPhil, RAND Professor of Health Services Research at Cambridge University, Deputy Editor-in-Chief of BMJ Quality and Safety, and one of the world's leading experts on the sociology of health care. We spoke with her about new ways to approach safety culture.
In an accompanying perspective, Sara J. Singer, MBA, PhD, of Harvard Medical School, discusses the importance of strengthening safety culture in health care and offers insights for organizations seeking to achieve culture change.