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Resident Well-Being: Development and Validation of an Assessment System

The project team proposed to validate a system of tools designed to assess and monitor resident well-being. The team employed a comprehensive approach to assessing well-being - via a general self-report assessment scale collected yearly, a weekly self-report item collected with duty hours,...


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Understanding the Process of Taking Ownership

Links: Kinetic text video on YouTube, Journal of Teaching and Learning in Medicine The objective of this study is to better understand the processes involved when medical students “take ownership” in the third year of medical school. In a pilot study conducted in September 2015 at GRU,...


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Safer Together: An Novel Interprofessional Near-Miss Root Cause Analysis Curriculum

The Near Miss Root Cause Analysis was developed as a practicum in patient safety, giving residents hands on experience in error evaluation. The project team expanded the original curriculum by adding multiple professions to the investigation group, developing a more comprehensive...


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Reducing Unnecessary Chest X-Rays: A Housestaff-led Initiative to Implement Choosing Wisely Recommendations in Intensive Care Units

Vanderbilt’s Housestaff Choosing Wisely Steering Committee launched an initiative to reduce unnecessary daily chest x-rays (CXRs) in clinically stable intensive care unit patients which included resident education, developing promotional materials, and providing weekly data feedback to...

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