Quality of care associated with number of cases seen and self-reports of clinical competence for Japanese physicians-in-training in internal medicine

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BACKGROUND The extent of clinical exposure needed to ensure quality care has not been well determined during internal medicine training. We aimed to determine the association between clinical exposure (number of cases seen), self- reports of clinical competence, and type of institution (predictor variables) and quality of care (outcome variable) as measured… (More)

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@article{Hayashino2006QualityOC, title={Quality of care associated with number of cases seen and self-reports of clinical competence for Japanese physicians-in-training in internal medicine}, author={Yasuaki Hayashino and Shunichi Fukuhara and Kunihiko Matsui and Yoshinori Noguchi and Taro Minami and Dan Bertenthal and John W Peabody and Yoshitomo Mutoh and Yoshihiko Hirao and Kazuhiko Kikawa and Yohei Fukumoto and Junichiro Hayano and Teruo Ino and Umihiko Sawada and Jin Seino and Norio Higuma and Hiroyasu Ishimaru}, journal={BMC Medical Education}, year={2006}, volume={6}, pages={33 - 33} }