Communicating Risk by Jonathan Crichton, Christopher N. Candlin, Arthur S. Firkins

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The interviews were transcribed verbatim from the digital audio or video sound files. For the purpose of clarity, we defined an incident as an unexpected event that registers with the patient as psychological and/or bio-physiological harm. Data analysis Three coders participated in the coding. Open coding served to identify the ‘discursive themes’ (Martin & Rose, 2004) to which the interviewees devoted particular attention in their interviews. Themes were imported into and reconciled in QSR NVivo® (Qualitative Solutions and Research Pty.

Here, openness need not equate with full provision of facts and explanations (‘hard information’), but may also pertain to professionals’ and services’ willingness to discuss harmed patients’ views, emotions, and understandings (‘soft information’). On this latter view, disclosure pertains not principally to fact provision, exhaustive explanation and logical causation, but is significantly contingent on a respectful sharing of sentiments and views with the aim of achieving agreement about how the original risk, the incident, and the resulting harm are to be understood.

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