Published in Drug Law Weekly, June 9th, 2009
"In 2007, the Japanese government attempted to establish a new accountability system in medicine, after an obstetrician was arrested for manslaughter. This paper reviews how this accountability system affected Japanese physicians' behavior, and describes different types of medical adverse event reporting systems. Recent findings In general, reporting of adverse event systems can be either mandatory or...
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