Residents are much less likely to say something when an attending physician is involved in unsafe or unprofessional behavior.
Here is a way to integrate behavioral health care into ambulatory care practice.
A new textbook helps physicians-in-training understand how systems can contribute to medical errors and how to handle such incidents and near misses.
Teaching patients—and health professionals—to harness the power of prevention yields a sharp reduction in the rate of end-stage renal disease.
Pathologist: Unnecessary ordering of laboratory tests a matter of too many options on the menu and too little discernment among physicians-in-training.