GMC National Training Survey 2014: Concerns About Patient Safety.
Manchester, UK: General Medical Council; November 2014.
This report summarizes concerns reported in an annual survey of junior doctors in the United Kingdom, reviews how these issues have been addressed, and uses case studies to illustrate the role of reporting systems in tracking perceived patient safety hazards.
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