Self-reported patient safety competence among Canadian medical students and postgraduate trainees: a cross-sectional survey.
Doyle P, VanDenKerkhof EG, Edge DS, Ginsburg L, Goldstein DH. BMJ Qual Saf. 2015;24:135-141.
This study surveyed graduating medical students in Canada regarding their perceptions of patient safety competence. Respondents voiced significant concerns about their knowledge and skills in patient safety. In particular, students expressed concern about the effect of authority gradients on their ability to identify unsafe situations.
Development and testing of an objective structured clinical exam (OSCE) to assess socio-cultural dimensions of patient safety competency.
Ginsburg LR, Tregunno D, Norton PG, et al. BMJ Qual Saf. 2014 Nov 14; [Epub ahead of print].
Frequency, type and clinical importance of medication history errors at admission to hospital: a systematic review.
Tam VC, Knowles SR, Cornish PL, Fine N, Marchesano R, Etchells EE. CMAJ. 2005;173:510-515.
Graduate medical education and patient safety: a busy--and occasionally hazardous--intersection.
Shojania KG, Fletcher KE, Saint S. Ann Intern Med. 2006;145:592-598.
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