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Journal Article > Commentary
Integrating patient safety education into early medical education utilizing cadaver, sponges, and an inter-professional team.
Kutaimy R, Zhang L, Blok D, et al. BMC Med Educ. 2018;18:215.
Incorporating patient safety content into the demanding schedule of medical school education is challenging. This commentary describes the design and implementation of an embedded patient safety and quality improvement learning opportunity. The approach used a retained surgical sponge simulation during an anatomy course to illustrate how errors can occur, affect the patient, and be prevented. A PSNet perspective explored the value of simulation as an educational technique.
Journal Article > Study
Natural history of retained surgical items supports the need for team training, early recognition, and prompt retrieval.
Stawicki SP, Cook CH, Anderson HL III, et al; OPUS 12 Foundation Multicenter Trials Group. Am J Surg. 2014;208:65-72.