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Ofri D. N Engl J Med. 2019;380:1197-1199.
Ofri D.Perchance to think. N Engl J Med. 2019; 380: 1197-1199
Production pressure, fatigue, and distraction can diminish effective decision-making. This commentary offers insights from an ambulatory care physician regarding how the busy work environment contributes to shortcuts that can lead to burnout, errors, and patient harm.
Why we need a single definition of disruptive behavior.
Petrovic MA, Scholl AT. Cureus. 2018;10:e2339.
Use of personal electronic devices by nurse anesthetists and the effects on patient safety.
Snoots LR, Wands BA. AANA J. 2016;84:114-119.
Work conditions, mental workload and patient care quality: a multisource study in the emergency department.
Weigl M, Müller A, Holland S, Wedel S, Woloshynowych M. BMJ Qual Saf. 2016;25:499-508.
Second Victim Experience.
Missouri Center for Patient Safety. November 8, 2019; Saint Luke’s North Hospital, Kansas City, MO.
Patient Safety Leadership Training & Certification Course.
Duke Center for Healthcare Safety and Quality. September 16–18, 2019; University Tower, Durham, NC.
Burnout and Resilience and Quality and Safety Programs in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Main EK, Fowler JM, Gabbe SG, eds. Clin Obstet Gynecol. 2019;62:vii-xii,403-626.
When is a doctor too old for the job?
Palmer J. Patient Saf Qual Healthc. August 29, 2019.
Is disruptive behavior inherent to the surgeon or the environment? Analysis of 314 events at a single academic medical center.
Heslin MJ, Singletary BA, Benos KC, Lee LR, Fry C, Lindeman B. Ann Surg. 2019;270:463-472.
Perceived bullying among internal medicine residents.
Ayyala MS, Rios R, Wright SM. JAMA. 2019;322:576-578.
Association of electronic health record design and use factors with clinician stress and burnout.
Kroth PJ, Morioka-Douglas N, Veres S, et al. JAMA Netw Open. 2019;2:e199609.
The computer will see you now.
Whitaker P. New Statesman. August 2, 2019;148:38-43.
Addressing the elephant in the room: a shame resilience seminar for medical students.
Bynum WE IV, Adams AV, Edelman CE, Uijtdehaage S, Artino AR Jr, Fox JW. Acad Med. 2019;94:1132-1136.
Association of pediatric resident physician depression and burnout with harmful medical errors on inpatient services.
Brunsberg KA, Landrigan CP, Garcia BM, et al. Acad Med. 2019;94:1150-1156.
How medical error shapes physicians' perceptions of learning: an exploratory study.
Shepherd L, LaDonna KA, Cristancho SM, Chahine S. Acad Med. 2019;94:1157-1163.
Professionalism lapses and adverse childhood experiences: reflections from the island of last resort.
Williams BW. Acad Med. 2019;94:1081-1083.
Workplace violence against anesthesiologists: we are not immune to this patient safety threat.
Udoji MA, Ifeanyi-Pillette IC, Miller TR, Lin DM. Int Anesthesiol Clin. 2019;57:123-137.
Developing resilience to combat nurse burnout.
Quick Safety. July 15, 2019;(50):1-4.
Duration of second victim symptoms in the aftermath of a patient safety incident and association with the level of patient harm: a cross-sectional study in the Netherlands.
Vanhaecht K, Seys D, Schouten L, et al; Dutch Peer Support Collaborative Research Group. BMJ Open. 2019;9:e029923.
Mental mayhem: the peril of multitasking in medicine.
Joseph R, Harry E. Medical Economics. June 27, 2019.
Institute for Professionalism and Ethical Practice.
Boston Children's Hospital.
'Poking the skunk': ethical and medico-legal concerns in research about patients' experiences of medical injury.
Schulz Moore J, Mello MM, Bismark M. Bioethics. 2019 Jun 20; [Epub ahead of print].
Association of coworker reports about unprofessional behavior by surgeons with surgical complications in their patients.
Cooper WO, Spain DA, Guillamondegui O, et al. JAMA Surg. 2019 Jun 19; [Epub ahead of print].
Safety-I, Safety-II and burnout: how complexity science can help clinician wellness.
Smaggus A. BMJ Qual Saf. 2019;28:667-671.
Burnout in healthcare: the case for organisational change.
Montgomery A, Panagopoulou E, Esmail A, Richards T, Maslach C. BMJ. 2019;366:l4774.
Patient safety professionals as the third victims of adverse events.
Holden J, Card AJ. J Patient Saf Risk Manag. 2019 Jun 11; [Epub ahead of print].
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