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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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December 7, 2015

Hawaii's Sim Tiki Sends Out Their First Simulation Program Newsletter

Just received the first Sim Tiki simulation newsletter from this Hawaiian based simulation program doing great work with Japan and across the pacific. Run by Dr. Ben Berg, SimTiki has been providing resident exchange programs with Japanese Universities as well as hands-on training courses in Japan.

First Newsletter Excerpt:

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