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The guidance, Openness and Honesty when Things go Wrong, was developed in association with the General Medical Council (GMC), and sets out standards expected for all nurses, midwives and doctors in the UK.
One of the things I know that over the years they've loved is when things go wrong - they absolutely adore it because obviously everything always has to be right but when things go wrong around them they're the first people to laugh.
Why is it that when things go wrong we seem to be drawn to them?
Almost everything that could go wrong did go wrong for Torres with the pounds 50m former Liverpool striker touch heavy and his finishing feeble as he wasted four chances in quick succession to open his Chelsea account before being hauled off 19 minutes from time to chants of "What a waste of money
CARDIFF CITY manager Dave Jones admitted everything that could have gone wrong for his side against QPR did go wrong.
The buck stops at the top as everyone knows in any enterprise or business if things go wrong.
What could go wrong has gone wrong but we must overcome it because bigger names and better managers than me have lost more than five and come back.
Considering the complexity of our positions, the number of participants, coaches, and contests that we direct, and the endless responsibilities we have, something surely has to go wrong sometimes.
I'm sure there are many cases where it doesn't go wrong, but that doesn't make an interesting story.
This would produce more things that can go wrong and lower reliability.
Nobody is perfect, but you're less likely to have things go wrong if you go to one who is a member of BAAPS, or come to the US and see me," he says.
Just as patients are entitled to know all the results of laboratory tests, opinions from consultants, risks of treatment and alternative therapeutic options, they are entitled to know what the causes of the breakdown are when things go wrong.