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Diagnostic errors are often attributed to clinicians' cognitive biases. This publication provides instructional methods to help educators improve how they teach clinical reasoning.
Diagnostic Error in Medicine.
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Types of diagnostic errors in neurological emergencies in the emergency department.
Dubosh NM, Edlow JA, Lefton M, Pope JV. Diagnosis. 2015;2:21-28.
Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine.
Laney's story: the problem of delayed diagnosis of pediatric stroke.
Fitzsimons BT, Fitzsimons LL, Sun LR. Pediatrics. 2019;143:e20183458.
The path to diagnostic excellence includes feedback to calibrate how clinicians think.
Meyer AND, Singh H. JAMA. 2019;321:737-738.
Are more experienced clinicians better able to tolerate uncertainty and manage risks? A vignette study of doctors in three NHS emergency departments in England.
Lawton R, Robinson O, Harrison R, Mason S, Conner M, Wilson B. BMJ Qual Saf. 2019;28:382-388.
The design and conduct of Project RedDE: a cluster-randomized trial to reduce diagnostic errors in pediatric primary care.
Bundy DG, Singh H, Stein REK, et al. Clin Trials. 2019;16:154-164.
Assessment of a simulated case-based measurement of physician diagnostic performance.
Chatterjee S, Desai S, Manesh R, Junfeng S, Nundy S, Wright SM. JAMA Netw Open. 2019;2:e187006.
Improving diagnosis by improving education: a policy brief on education in healthcare professions.
Graber ML, Rencic J, Rusz D, et al. Diagnosis (Berl). 2018;5:107-118.
Blind obedience and an unnecessary workup for hypoglycemia: a teachable moment.
Wang EY, Patrick L, Connor DM. JAMA Intern Med. 2018;178:279-280.
Diagnostic errors: impact of an educational intervention on pediatric primary care.
Walsh JN, Knight M, Lee AJ. J Pediatr Health Care. 2018;32:53-62.
Diagnosis: Interpreting the Shadows.
Croskerry P, Cosby K, Graber ML, Singh H. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press; 2017. ISBN: 9781409432333.
The causes of errors in clinical reasoning: cognitive biases, knowledge deficits, and dual process thinking.
Norman GR, Monteiro SD, Sherbino J, Ilgen JS, Schmidt HG, Mamede S. Acad Med. 2017;92:23-30.
Developing an appreciation of patient safety: analysis of interprofessional student experiences with health mentors.
Langlois S. Perspect Med Educ. 2016;5:88-94.
An organizational learning framework for patient safety.
Edwards MT. Am J Med Qual. 2017;32:148-155.
Standardized handoff report form in clinical nursing education: an educational tool for patient safety and quality of care.
Lim F, Pajarillo EJY. Nurse Educ Today. 2016;37:3-7.
Leveraging trainees to improve quality and safety at the point of care: three models for engagement.
Johnson Faherty L, Mate KS, Moses JM. Acad Med. 2016;91:503-509.
Post-traumatic stress disorder amongst surgical trainees: an unrecognised risk?
Thompson CV, Naumann DN, Fellows JL, Bowley DM, Suggett N. Surgeon. 2017;15:123-130.
Contamination of health care personnel during removal of personal protective equipment.
Tomas ME, Kundrapu S, Thota P, et al. JAMA Intern Med. 2015;175:1904-1910.
Health literacy in transitions of care: an innovative objective structured clinical examination for fourth-year medical students in an internship preparation course.
Bloom-Feshbach K, Casey D, Schulson L, Gliatto P, Giftos J, Karani R. J Gen Intern Med. 2016;31:242-246.
Reducing diagnostic errors—why now?
Khullar D, Jha AK, Jena AB. N Engl J Med. 2015;373:2491-2493.
Council on Surgical & Perioperative Safety.
Breaking the silence of the switch—increasing transparency about trainee participation in surgery.
McAlister C. N Engl J Med. 2015;372:2477-2479.
Bridging the gap: a framework and strategies for integrating the quality and safety mission of teaching hospitals and graduate medical education.
Tess A, Vidyarthi A, Yang J, Myers JS. Acad Med. 2015;90:1251-1257.
Safety incidents in the primary care office setting.
Rees P, Edwards A, Panesar S, et al. Pediatrics. 2015;135:1027-1035.
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