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Pediatric faculty knowledge and comfort discussing diagnostic errors: a pilot survey to understand barriers to an educational program.
Grubenhoff JA, Ziniel SI, Bajaj L, Hyman D. Diagnosis (Berl). 2019;6:101-107.
Heuristics provide cognitive shortcuts in the face of complex situations, and thus serve an important purpose. This survey of pediatricians found that identification of diagnostic heuristics was limited. Most respondents expressed discomfort discussing diagnostic errors in public settings, citing fear regarding loss of reputation.
Journal Article > Commentary
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.
This commentary describes the development, implementation, and assessment of a novel patient safety curriculum for medical students. The program builds on a structured communication reporting model to introduce students to the key patient safety concepts and establish a safe environment to raise awareness of concerns they encountered while providing care.