Surgeons say they need more support after errors

Many surgeons feel emotionally affected by surgical complications and want more support, a new study published in the British Journal of Surgery said. Researchers from Imperial College London in the United Kingdom found that surgeons who experienced a surgical error in the operating room within the past three months were more likely to suffer from symptoms of fatigue and depression, and have a lower quality of life. After interviewing general and vascular surgeons with at least three years' experience, researchers found surgeons were affected not only professionally, but personally by complications. – read the full report from FierceHealthcare