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Related to: Ambulatory, Communication, Diagnosis, Medication, Publications

CRICO provides two free podcasts on topics related to the needs of our audience: malpractice case studies and patient safety updates. Use your podcast app of choice (e.g., iTunes) to get the latest episodes and to subscribe. Our podcasts are available below or via iTunes or Feedburner.

Medical Malpractice High Risk Case Studies

For more than 30 years, CRICO has analyzed claims and suits from the Harvard medical community to understand causes of error. We’ve learned that 67% of claims fall into four high risk areas: Diagnosis, Obstetrics, Surgery and Medication.


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Patient Safety Updates: Medical and Legal Perspectives

The latest thinking from clinical and patient safety leaders from Harvard and around the world. A steady stream of interviews, news updates, legal guidance, effective practices, event highlights, and more.


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More About Your Free Subscription Options

CRICO podcasts are free and you don’t need an iPod to listen. Subscribing to a podcast allows you to automatically download the audio file to your computer each time the collection is updated. You can listen from your desktop or download the files to your smart phone or other portable MP3 player.

  • iTunes: Click the iTunes button that appears below the podcast title. This will take you to the iTunes music store where you can subscribe for free.
  • Other Podcast Subscription Tools: To subscribe using another podcast subscription tool:
    1. Copy the XML path above.
    2. Paste this into your podcast subscription software to add a new feed.
  • Get more information on podcasts at Wikipedia, or iTunes.

December 12, 2017
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