Viewpoint: Realistic medical training will improve safety in teaching hospitals
from Becker's Hospital Review
New interns — physicians who finished four years of medical school — are especially prone to making medication errors, signaling a need for better training to improve patient safety in teaching hospitals, a fourth-year emergency medicine resident writes in a STAT op-ed. Five insights from the op-ed, written by Christopher Taicher, MD, fourth-year emergency medicine resident at Boston-based Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital.
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