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Reese SM. Information Week. March 11, 2014.
This article describes how wearable technologies for clinicians can improve workload distribution, information gathering, and staffing decisions to address safety issues, particularly nurse fatigue.
Gunderman R, Lynch J, Harrell H. The Atlantic. September 3, 2013.
This magazine article reports on the unique tension between efficiency mandates and patient-centered care through the example of a cancer patient whose suicidal thoughts might have been missed if not for a curious medical student delving further into the patient's medication concerns during a routine follow-up appointment.
Rosenbaum L. The New Yorker: Elements. August 20, 2013.
This magazine article relates the risks and benefits associated with the 2003 resident work hour limits.
Boodman SG. Kaiser Health News. July 9, 2013.
This news article reports on the clinical, educational, and economic consequences of resident work hour limits.
Chen PW. New York Times. April 18, 2013.
PA-PSRS Patient Saf Advis. September 2010;7:76-86.
Analyzing reports of diagnostic errors, this article discusses common causes and provides suggestions for physicians and patients to prevent such events.
ISMP Medication Safety Alert! Acute Care Edition. September 6, 2007;12:1-4.
This article analyzes a lethal error involving TPN (total parenteral nutrition), in which dosing and compounding were based on incorrect order entry, and provides recommendations to prevent similar errors.
Meisel Z. Slate. November 8, 2005.
In this article, an emergency medicine physician describes the work environment of emergency medical technicians and paramedics and why it is prone to error.