You are the appointed welfare advocate for your unit. Overnight, the on-call junior trainee committed a medical error that has resulted in a life-threatening adverse outcome for the patient. The trainee has been waiting for your arrival to talk to you.
Outline the key points of this discussion with the trainee.
This is a question basically identical to Question 28 from the second paper of 2014 and the Question 18 from the second paper of 2010, except this time you're the "the appointed welfare advocate".
CICM: GUIDELINES FOR ASSISTING TRAINEES WITH DIFFICULTIES (T-13), 2010
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