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Where is the “Golden Bullet”? The solutions to reducing cognitive errors and improving safety are not as apparent as in other areas of patient safety. Let’s start with a few simple strategies… Feedback and follow-up: Quick, specific feedback is vital to improvement of patient care. It cannot be in the form of statistics about misses. ” If mistakes are made the clinician needs to learn about these rapidly and honestly and participate in a breakdown of how the error occurred and how to keep it from happening.