Medical students benefit from learning about patient safety in an interprofessional team.

  title={Medical students benefit from learning about patient safety in an interprofessional team.},
  author={Elizabeth Anderson and Lucy Nichola Thorpe and David Heney and Stewart Petersen},
  journal={Medical education},
  volume={43 6},
CONTEXT Safe clinical practice is inextricably linked to team-working. Delivering patient safety education interprofessionally heightens students' awareness of the importance of effective team-working for safe care and care delivery. METHODS We conducted a comparative study using mixed-method analysis among medical students learning about patient safety, either uni- or interprofessionally, towards the end of their training. Emphasis is placed on the detailed analysis of qualitative data… CONTINUE READING

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