Call for 'diagnostic cockpit' to reduce drug errors

Dr Gordon Caldwell, a consultant physician at Worthing Hospital in Sussex, said doctors needed the best physical and psychological environments in which to do the "complex clinical thinking" required to make the working diagnosis.

Doctors should be provided with a “diagnostic cockpit” to reduce the risk of potentially dangerous errors being made during their initial assessment of patients admitted to hospital, a senior consultant has said.

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