Participation in EHR based simulation improves recognition of patient safety issues

@inproceedings{Stephenson2014ParticipationIE,
  title={Participation in EHR based simulation improves recognition of patient safety issues},
  author={Laurel S Stephenson and Adriel Gorsuch and William R. Hersh and Vishnu Mohan and Jeffrey Allen Gold},
  booktitle={BMC medical education},
  year={2014}
}
BackgroundElectronic health records (EHR) are becoming increasingly integrated into the clinical environment. With the rapid proliferation of EHRs, a number of studies document an increase in adverse patient safety issues due to the EHR-user interface. Because of these issues, greater attention has been placed on novel educational activities which incorporate use of the EHR. The ICU environment presents many challenges to integrating an EHR given the vast amounts of data recorded each day… CONTINUE READING

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