Embedding quality and safety in otolaryngology–head and neck surgery education.
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This commentary explores the unique challenges involved in integrating core principles of safety and quality improvement into otolaryngology–head and neck surgery education and describes strategies to address them. The authors draw from the experience of other specialty-focused medical education efforts to suggest topics to cover, effective ways to deliver content, and morbidity and mortality conferences as elements of successful programs.
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