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Anticipated consequences of the 2011 duty hours standards: views of internal medicine and surgery program directors.
Transfer of graduating residents' continuity practices.
Patient safety, resident education and resident well-being following implementation of the 2003 ACGME duty hour rules.
A systematic review: the effect of clinical supervision on patient and residency education outcomes.
Results of an enhanced clinic handoff and resident education on resident patient ownership and patient safety.
What do patients think about year-end resident continuity clinic handoffs? A qualitative study.
Hospital alarms and patient safety.
Building continuity in handovers with shorter residency duty hours.
Residency training--a decade of duty-hours regulations.
Patient safety outcomes after two years of an enhanced internal medicine residency clinic handoff.
The Quality and Safety Track: Training Future Physician Leaders.
Patient safety room of horrors: a novel method to assess medical students and entering residents' ability to identify hazards of hospitalisation.
How Prepared Are Medical and Nursing Students to Identify Common Hazards in the Intensive Care Unit?
A Missed Opportunity to Improve Patient Satisfaction? Patient Perceptions of Inpatient Communication With Their Primary Care Physician.
Year-End Clinic Handoffs: A National Survey of Academic Internal Medicine Programs.
Bridging Leadership Roles in Quality and Patient Safety: Experience of 6 US Academic Medical Centers.
Year-End Resident Clinic Handoffs: Narrative Review and Recommendations for Improvement.
Use of Simulation to Assess Incoming Interns' Recognition of Opportunities to Choose Wisely.
Bridging the Gap: Interdepartmental Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Curriculum Created by Hospital Leaders, Faculty, and Trainees.
US Internal Medicine Program Director Perceptions of Alignment of Graduate Medical Education and Institutional Resources for Engaging Residents in Quality and Safety.
Development and Validation of a Tool to Evaluate Hand-off Quality