Clinical faculty: taking the lead in teaching quality improvement and patient safety.
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Patient safety has been described as an unmet need in physician training. This commentary provides information about a national program to build faculty competencies at the specialty level and suggests that organizational and clinical partnerships are required to ensure relevant content is integrated into curricula and professional development.
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Building capacity and capability for patient safety education: a train-the-trainers programme for senior doctors.
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