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Journal Article > Review
Pattni N, Arzola C, Malavade A, Varmani S, Krimus L, Friedman Z. Br J Anaesth. 2019;122:233-244.
Effective teamwork and communication are critical to ensuring patient safety in the busy environment of the operating room. This review examined the evidence on preparing staff to challenge authority in the perioperative environment. Common themes that affect speaking up included hierarchy, organizational culture, and education. Teaching that promotes open communication in the postgraduate environment and utilizing tactics such as simulation training can help address barriers to challenging authority.
Journal Article > Study
Assessing the impact of teaching patient safety principles to medical students during surgical clerkships.
Stahl K, Augenstein J, Schulman CI, Wilson K, McKenney M, Livingstone A. J Surg Res. 2011;170:e29-e40.
This study found that teaching medical students practical applications of previously taught safety principles leads to greater engagement during their rotations in a clinical setting.