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April 29, 2016

Medical Education Research: The Effects of Power, Leadership and Psychological Safety on Resident Event Reporting

Recently on Med Ed Conversations I saw an interesting research article supported by the ASME entitled “The effects of power, leadership and psychological safety on resident event reporting” by Nital P Appelbaum et all. The paper suggests that “Although the reporting of adverse events is a necessary first step in identifying and addressing lapses in patient [...]

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February 10, 2014

Why Do Healthcare Simulation Programs Hire Sim Techs Without Technical Backgrounds?

*UPDATE* – A huge number of responses agreeing with this article can be read here!

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