Teaching medical students the art of medical error full disclosure: evaluation of a new curriculum.

@article{Gunderson2009TeachingMS,
  title={Teaching medical students the art of medical error full disclosure: evaluation of a new curriculum.},
  author={Anne J Gunderson and Kelly M. Smith and D Baratti Mayer and Timothy Mcdonald and Nikki M Centomani},
  journal={Teaching and learning in medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={21 3},
  pages={229-32}
}
BACKGROUND Despite the acknowledgment that error disclosure is essential to patient safety and the patient-provider relationship, there is little undergraduate training related to error disclosure. DESCRIPTION Pilot test and evaluate an educational module designed to improve student confidence in understanding and performing medical error disclosure. The training was designed to establish competency in the four Rs of apology-recognition, responsibility, regret, and remedy-and included a 3-hr… CONTINUE READING

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