The effect of cognitive debiasing training among family medicine residents.
Smith BW, Slack MB. Diagnosis. 2015;2:117-121.
This educational intervention taught family medicine residents metacognition and debiasing strategies. Investigators found no change in attending–resident diagnostic agreement, recognition of cognitive bias risk, or attendings' perception of unrecognized cognitive bias. Participants were better able to form a plan to mitigate a cognitive bias. This work demonstrates some effectiveness and significant limitations of cognitive training as a way to augment diagnostic accuracy.
Associations between perceived crisis mode work climate and poor information exchange within hospitals.
Patterson ME, Bogart MS, Starr KR. J Hosp Med. 2015;10:152-159.
Care of the clinician after an adverse event.
Pratt SD, Jachna BR. Int J Obstet Anesth. 2015;24:54-63.
When doing wrong feels so right: normalization of deviance.
Price MR, Williams TC. J Patient Saf. 2015 Mar 4; [Epub ahead of print].
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Clinician support: five years of lessons learned.
Hirschinger LE, Scott SD, Hahn-Cover K. Patient Saf Qual Heathc. April 2015;12:26-31.