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Aggarwal R, Darzi A. Chest. 2011;140:854-858.
Aggarwal R ; Darzi A. Simulation to enhance patient safety: why aren't we there yet?. Chest. 2011; 140: 854-858
Discussing how simulation-based training can reduce errors and improve patient outcomes, this commentary recommends including this training in medical school curriculum.
Innovative teaching in situational awareness.
Gregory A, Hogg G, Ker J. Clin Teach. 2015;12:331-335.
Driven to distraction: a prospective controlled study of a simulated ward round experience to improve patient safety teaching for medical students.
Thomas I, Nicol L, Regan L, et al. BMJ Qual Saf. 2015;24:154-161.
Teaching patient safety in simulated learning experiences.
Jenkins S, Blake J, Brandy-Webb P, Ashe W. Nurs Educ. 2011;36:112-117.
Does simulator-based clinical performance correlate with actual hospital behavior? The effect of extended work hours on patient care provided by medical interns.
Gordon JA, Alexander EK, Lockley SW, et al; Harvard Work Hours, Health, and Safety Group (Boston, Massachusetts). Acad Med. 2010;85:1583-1588.
Team training in the neonatal resuscitation program for interns: teamwork and quality of resuscitations.
Thomas EJ, Williams AL, Reichman EF, Lasky RE, Crandell S, Taggart WR. Pediatrics. 2010;125:539-546.
Fostering patient safety competencies using multiple-patient simulation experiences.
Ironside PM, Jeffries PR, Martin A. Nurs Outlook. 2009;57:332-337.
Laboratory session to improve first-year pharmacy students' knowledge and confidence concerning the prevention of medication errors.
Kiersma ME, Darbishire PL, Plake KS, Oswald C, Walters BM. Am J Pharm Edu. 2009;73:article 99.
The use of simulation in emergency medicine: a research agenda.
Bond WF, Lammers RL, Spillane LL, et al. Acad Emerg Med. 2007;14:353-363.
Improving Patient Safety Through Simulation Research.
Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; June 2008.
Healthcare Simulation Week.
Society for Simulation in Healthcare.
Annual Healthcare Simulation Conference.
Johnson County Community College and University of Kansas. September 13, 2019. Johnson County Community College, Overland Park, KS.
Teaching medical students to recognise and report errors.
Mohsin SU, Ibrahim Y, Levine D. BMJ Open Qual. 2019;8:e000558.
Health Professions Education.
Dhaliwal G, Olson APJ, Singhal G, eds. Diagnosis (Berl). 2019;6:75-185.
Observer-based tools for non-technical skills assessment in simulated and real clinical environments in healthcare: a systematic review.
Higham H, Greig PR, Rutherford J, Vincent L, Young D, Vincent C. BMJ Qual Saf. 2019;28:672-686.
Utilization of a role-based head covering system to decrease misidentification in the operating room.
Rosen DA, Criser AL, Petrone AB, Jackson E, Bowers J. J Patient Saf. 2019 May 8; [Epub ahead of print].
Knowledge retention after simulated crisis: importance of independent practice and simulated mortality.
Burnett G, Goldberg A, DeMaria S Jr, Levine A, Katz D. Br J Anaesth. 2019;123:81-87.
Virtual patients designed for training against medical error: exploring the impact of decision-making on learner motivation.
Woodham LA, Round J, Stenfors T, et al. PLoS One. 2019;14:e0215597.
Patient safety morning report: innovation in teaching core patient safety principles to third-year medical students.
Beekman M, Emani VK, Wolford R, Hanson K, Wickham G, Aiyer M. J Med Educ Curric Dev. 2019;6:2382120519842539.
A team disclosure of error educational activity: objective outcomes.
Krumwiede KH, Wagner JM, Kirk LM, et al. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2019;67:1273-1277.
Teaching novice clinicians how to reduce diagnostic waste and errors by applying the Toyota Production System.
Radhakrishnan NS, Singh H, Southwick FS. Diagnosis (Berl). 2019;6:179-185.
GMS J Med Educ. 2019;36:Doc11-Doc22.
The attitudes of nursing students and clinical instructors towards reporting irregular incidents in the medical clinic.
Halperin O, Bronshtein O. Nurse Educ Pract. 2019;36:34-39.
"Does your knee make more of a click or a clack?"—teaching "Car Talk" to new docs.
Chisholm P. Health Shots. National Public Radio. February 27, 2019.
Animated stories of medical error as a means of teaching undergraduates patient safety: an evaluation study.
Cooper K, Hatfield E, Yeomans J. Perspect Med Educ. 2019;8:118-122.
Artificial intelligence systems for complex decision-making in acute care medicine: a review.
Lynn LA. Patient Saf Surg. 2019;13:6.
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