Patient safety education to change medical students' attitudes and sense of responsibility.
Roh H, Park SJ, Kim T. Med Teach. 2014 Oct 22; [Epub ahead of print].
A 3-day patient safety curriculum improved medical students' knowledge about elements of patient safety and expected behaviors, though students expressed a continued reluctance to challenge more senior physicians. This study provides further evidence for introducing patient safety concepts in medical education, as discussed in a previous AHRQ WebM&M perspective.
Assessing medical students' perceptions of patient safety: The Medical Student Safety Attitudes and Professionalism Survey.
Liao JM, Etchegaray JM, Williams ST, Berger DH, Bell SK, Thomas EJ. Acad Med. 2014;89:343-351.
Integrating patient safety into health professionals' curricula: a qualitative study of medical, nursing and pharmacy faculty perspectives.
Tregunno D, Ginsburg L, Clarke B, Norton P. BMJ Qual Saf. 2014;23:257-264.
Interprofessional learning for medication safety.
Hardisty J, Scott L, Chandler S, Pearson P, Powell S. Clin Teach. 2014;11:290-296.
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