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Effectiveness of a graduate medical education program for improving medical event reporting attitude and behavior.
Coyle YM, Mercer SQ, Murphy-Cullen CL, Schneider GW, Hynan LS. Qual Saf Health Care. 2005;14:383-388.
The investigators surveyed family practice residents before and after a patient safety educational program to determine whether it influenced attitudes and behaviors around reporting medical errors.
Journal Article > Commentary
Liao JM, Thomas EJ, Bell SK. Health Aff (Millwood). 2014;33:168-171.
Relating an account of medical student whose failure to speak up about uncertainty jeopardized a patient's safety, this commentary illustrates how the hidden curriculum, disruptive behaviors, and hierarchy influence willingness to speak up about safety hazards. The authors propose strategies for organizations to address this issue, including eliciting feedback from students and promoting communication strategies.