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A psychologically safe environment for healthcare teams is desirable for optimal team performance, team member well-being, and favorable patient safety outcomes. This piece explores facilitators of and barriers to psychological safety across healthcare settings. Future research directions examining psychological safety in healthcare are discussed.

Farag AA, Anthony MK. J Perianesth Nurs. 2015;30:492-503.
This survey study of nurses across four ambulatory surgical wards in Ohio found that nursing managers' leadership styles and some aspects of the safety climate (such as teamwork and organizational learning) were associated with how willing nurses are to report medication errors.
Erickson TB, Kirkpatrick DH, DeFrancesco MS, et al. Obstet Gynecol. 2010;115:147-51.
This piece reports findings from a panel convened to pinpoint patient safety concerns, provide guidance, and develop strategies to ensure safety for gynecologic surgery procedures performed in the outpatient setting.