If you are truly tuned in to improving patient safety, you can find inspiration and corroboration wherever you look and listen. For those of you taking some time this summer to shift from work to play, we offer up a Patient Safety playlist: songs that may serve to remind and inspire you to keep doing this important work, and maybe even dance a little. [You can listen on Spotify.]

Accidents Will Happen

Elvis Costello

Are We in Trouble Now

Mark Knopfler

Better Be Good to Me

Tina Turner

Catch My Fall

Billy Idol

Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood

The Animals

Errors of My Way

Wishbone Ash

Everything Is Broken

Bob Dylan


Martin Sexton

Fess Up When You Mess Up

Saffire -
The Uppity Blues Women

Good Feeling

Flo Rida

I Asked for Water (She Gave Me Gasoline)

Howlin' Wolf

I Stand Corrected

Vampire Weekend

I'm Safer on an Airplane


It Hurts Me Too

Buddy Guy & Junior Wells

Last One to Know

Joe Cocker

My Heart's in the Right Place

Lake Street Dive

No One Said It Would Be Easy

Sheryl Crow

Nobody's Perfect

Hannah Montana

Same Thing Happened to Me

John Prine

Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word

Ray Charles

Stories We Could Tell

The Mavericks

Straighten Up and Fly Right

Lyle Lovett

Take Out Some Insurance

Jimmy Reed

Try (Just a Little Bit Harder)

Janice Joplin

Under Pressure

Queen/David Bowie

Warning Sign

Talking Heads

Ya Got Trouble

Music Man

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