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Experiential learning through local implementation of a national chief resident in quality and patient safety curriculum.

Ronan MV, Menon A, Swamy L, et al. Experiential Learning Through Local Implementation of a National Chief Resident in Quality and Patient Safety Curriculum. American Journal of Medical Quality. 2020;35(2). doi:10.1177/1062860619859076.

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September 1, 2019
Ronan MV, Menon A, Swamy L, et al. American Journal of Medical Quality. 2020;35(2).

Integrating patient safety content into existing residency curricula is challenging. This commentary describes a collaborative effort to develop leadership and quality improvement skills as part of a patient safety rotation for chief residents. The curriculum uses investigation, mentorship, and experiential learning as key educational tactics. The authors review challenges to implementing the program and highlight successes.

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Ronan MV, Menon A, Swamy L, et al. Experiential Learning Through Local Implementation of a National Chief Resident in Quality and Patient Safety Curriculum. American Journal of Medical Quality. 2020;35(2). doi:10.1177/1062860619859076.

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