'If no-one stops me, I'll make the mistake again': changing prescribing behaviours through feedback; a Perceptual Control Theory perspective.
Approach to Improving Safety
Setting of Care
This qualitative study of physician trainees found that they welcomed feedback about prescribing errors. Feedback was perceived to be most useful if it was timely, specific, and included group discussion. Participants found email feedback to be less useful. These data should inform future efforts to provide prescribing feedback.