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The association between frequency of self-reported medical errors and anesthesia trainee supervision: a survey of United States anesthesiology residents-in-training.
De Oliveira GS Jr, Rahmani R, Fitzgerald PC, Chang R, McCarthy RJ. Anesth Analg. 2013;116:892-897.

In this nationwide survey of anesthesia residents, lower reported supervision scores were associated with more medical errors and patient harm.

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