Bridging the gap: a framework and strategies for integrating the quality and safety mission of teaching hospitals and graduate medical education.
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Engaging residents and fellows in quality and safety programs is a recognized strategy to address a gap inmedical education. This commentary describes a six-factor framework to integrate safety concepts into graduate medical education curriculum focusing on organizational elements such as culture, interprofessional learning, and faculty development.
On higher ground: ethical reasoning and its relationship with error disclosure.
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Changes in intern attitudes toward medical error and disclosure.
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The evolution of patient safety.
Chassin M. Hosp Health Netw. August 13, 2012.
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