Quality and Safety

  • Creator:   Journal Staff
  • Updated:   3/4/2021
  • Contains:  151 items
This collection examines quality and safety as it is taught in medical schools and practiced in teaching hospitals. It includes articles about teaching quality and safety to learners, calls for increases in curricula that focus on quality and safety, and research reports providing the results of quality and safety initiatives.

Creating a Framework to Integrate Residency Program and Medical Center Approaches to Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Training

Chen, Anders; Wolpaw, Benjamin J.; Vande Vusse, Lisa K.; More

Academic Medicine. 96(1):75-82, January 2021.

Jump-Starting Faculty Development in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Education: A Team-Based Approach

van Schaik, Sandrijn M.; Chang, Anna; Fogh, Shannon; More

Academic Medicine. 94(11):1728-1732, November 2019.

A Model for the Departmental Quality Management Infrastructure Within an Academic Health System

Mathews, Simon C.; Demski, Renee; Hooper, Jody E.; More

Academic Medicine. 92(5):608-613, May 2017.

A Multidisciplinary Housestaff-Led Initiative to Safely Reduce Daily Laboratory Testing

Iams, Wade; Heck, Josh; Kapp, Meghan; More

Academic Medicine. 91(6):813-820, June 2016.

Variability in Implementation of Interventions Aimed at Reducing Readmissions Among Patients With Heart Failure: A Survey of Teaching Hospitals

Vasilevskis, Eduard E.; Kripalani, Sunil; Ong, Michael K.; More

Academic Medicine. 91(4):522-529, April 2016.