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October 23, 2012

On the October, 2012 edition of "The Relevant University," host Larry Burns, vice president for external affairs at The University of Toledo, addresses an incident of human error at the UT Medical Center and how understanding human error is a critical component to patient safety.

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University of Toledo logoDr. Lloyd Jacobs, president of The University of Toledo, discusses the new policies and procedures put in place at the UT Medical Center following an incident of human error.

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American Association of Medical Colleges logoDr. Joanne Conroy, the chief health care officer of the American Association of Medical Colleges, talks about patient safety lessons taught in medical schools.

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John NanceAuthor of "Why Hospitals Should Fly," John Nance provides his expertise in hospital safety and quality.

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New York Times logoNew York Times reporter Kevin Sack shares the social and political issues surrounding transplantation.

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